Morning round-up: Tuesday 12 July

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Article 50: House of Commons debates urgent question on legal process for leaving EU [Independent]

Cavaliers and Roundheads: four thoughts about the Article 50 litigation [Jack of Kent blog]

Southern rail: City lawyer issues legal threat to crisis-hit operator [Evening Standard]

Former platinum workers bid to challenge firm at supreme court [The Guardian]

Liverpool’s Mamadou Sakho facing fresh legal battle over doping verdict [The Telegraph]

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Court showdown set between Phones 4U tycoon and former business partner [The Telegraph]

Law firm Clyde & Co confirms faith in Europe by launching first German office [City A.M.]

‘Our dead son loved life — change the law’ [Newsbeat]

Jailed paedophile in legal bid to win back his gold-plated mobile phone [Birmingham Mail]

Police storm Stuttgart law firm after reports of gunman, find 2 bodies inside [RT]

Philippines’ top lawyer urges more killings of suspected criminals [Mail Online]

LPC Law seeks BPTC & LPC graduates to work as County Court Advocates [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I voted remain but I didn’t sign this letter. Whether we like it or not, the decision was reached democratically. That has to be respected.” [Legal Cheek comments]