Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 10 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Council to challenge High Court over term-time holiday ruling [The Telegraph]

Jurors given suspended jail terms for ‘serious’ contempt of court [The Guardian]

Man must give police 24 hours notice before he has sex after he was cleared of rape [BBC News]

Curious [Twitter]

Defendant who represented himself gets new case review hope [The Guardian]

Wireless Festival: Judges throw out legal challenge to ban event from Finsbury Park [Evening Standard]

UN rules that ‘cruel and inhuman’ Irish abortion law discriminates against women [Irish Post]

How the law would change if UK leaves EU [The Scotsman]

Toyota considers legal action against ‘Vote Leave’ campaign [Fleet News]

French court fines Uber executives for illegal taxi service [Reuters]

Most bestiality is legal, declares Canada’s Supreme Court [The Independent]

LPC Law seeks BPTC & LPC graduates to work as county court advocates [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Good to see the price of your personal life is moving along nicely with inflation.” [Legal Cheek comments]