Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 4 May

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Brexit will leave 2 million Britons in legal limbo abroad, say peers [The Guardian]

Theresa May “can’t force Scotland to ditch Human Rights Act”, says Ruth Davidson [The Independent]

Police lawyer “who was called sex on legs by her bosses was sacked after gossiping about love triangle punch-up at a barbecue between two married senior officers” [Mail Online]

Married A-list actor who gagged The Sun from revealing sex romps with Wayne Rooney prostitute will be unmasked in America [The Sun]

Retired lawyer “stabbed to death” over crash [Sky News]

Johnson & Johnson loses another court case over talcum powder and cancer [The Guardian]

Italian court rules food theft “not a crime” if hungry [BBC News]

16 things a divorce lawyer wants you to know [Cosmopolitan]

My office is my sofa: why more lawyers are working from home [LexisNexis Future of Law Blog]

We are doing the London Legal Walk to raise money for LawCare and the London Legal Support Trust. Any sponsorship very gratefully received! [Virgin Money Giving]

“Crazed, delusional and insufferable. Strip him of his scholarship and boot him off the course for inciting racial hatred.” [Legal Cheek Comments]