Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 28 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Brexit: The facts, laws and politics of the Leave vote [Financial Times]

Geoffrey Robertson QC: Brexit loophole? MPs must still vote in order for Britain to leave the EU [The Independent]

Richard Burgon new Shadow Justice Secretary [Guido Fawkes]

Sir Keir Starmer QC quits shadow cabinet [Twitter]

The referendum now poses a serious threat to parliamentary democracy [Barrister Blogger]

Article 50, and UK constitutional law [Head of Legal]

A truly remarkable democratic mandate [The Secret Barrister]

MPs launch inquiry into sharia courts in UK [The Guardian]

Neglected children can stay with travellers ‘in spirit of diversity,’ says judge despite social workers plea for three youngsters to be taken into care [Mail Online]

Man convicted of historic sex offences by court despite being dead in British legal first [Mirror]

Judge Rinder signs up for this year’s Strictly Come Dancing [The Sun]

Norwegian court rejects Edward Snowden lawsuit on free passage [Reuters]

Law student sought for volunteer vacancy — Project Coordinator for Big Voice London [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Great, so like we said all along, we’ll end up subject to all the same EU laws and regulations, but without a vote in the Parliament and without any top level political influence. Just amazing…” [Legal Cheek comments]