Morning round-up: Monday 6 June

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Snooper’s charter: Most Britons unaware of Tory plans, survey finds [The Observer]

The Chilcot Inquiry is set to clear Alastair Campbell over claims he ‘sexed up’ the dodgy dossier making the case for Iraq War [Mail Online]

José Mourinho set to face doctor Eva Carneiro at employment tribunal [The Guardian]

Trump defends criticism of judge with Mexican heritage [CNN]

Donald Trump says a Muslim judge might be biased, too [Washington Post]

Paul Gascoigne charged with ‘racial abuse’ — what offence is it? And why is a prosecution proportionate? [UK Criminal Law Blog]

Charging Paul Gascoigne with racial abuse for a joke is a wilful act of cruelty toward a struggling alcoholic [The Independent]

Shell plans offshore legal centre to cut costs [Law Society Gazette]

Back to the drawing board: it’s time to rethink LASPO [Halsbury’s Law Exchange]

Paralegal vacancy for a law graduate in the Turks and Caicos Islands [Legal Cheek Hub]

“The LPC is like teaching a 1 year old how to walk by sitting it down and explaining it.” [Legal Cheek comments]