Morning round-up: Tuesday 5 July

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


David Allen Green: The three steps that mean Brexit may never happen [Financial Times]

I’d rather fight ten more EU referendums than let a bunch of lawyers tell Britain what to do [The Telegraph]

Philip Hammond dismisses Brexit legal challenge [The Guardian]

Secret hearing for ‘witch-hunt’ lawyer charged by his professional body for making false claims against British troops [Mail Online]

Chilcot report: Tony Blair could be tried for war crimes in Scotland, says Alex Salmond [The Independent]

City banker who forged court document to keep £60,000 job has been jailed [The Telegraph]

Zoopla CEO behind Mishcon de Reya anti-Brexit legal action [Guido Fawkes blog]

Brexit could put an end to prison reform before it’s even started []

Men injured jumping out of taxi to avoid fare take legal action — against the driver [Mirror]

Serena Williams threatens to sue as umpire wants play to continue at Wimbledon despite light rain [Metro]

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

“Businesses and lawyers trying to block or impede the will of the people. It sums up why the country has become so crap.” [Legal Cheek comments]