Morning round-up: Thursday 18 August

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Uber is taking legal action against London’s transport regulator over tough new laws [Business Insider UK]

Investigation carried out by Clifford Chance into Tory bullying finds 13 alleged victims of Mark Clarke [The Guardian]

May flexes her muscles over tax avoidance [Financial Times]

“I go go-karting all the time!” [Twitter]

Anjem Choudary case raises terror law questions [BBC News]

Blair ‘legal challenge’ over Iraq reaches funding target [ITV News]

The case against Julian Assange ‘must be dropped’: leading barrister [The New Daily]

Judge removed after allegedly allowing lawyer to hear cases [Chicago Tribune]

Wladimir Klitschko threatens legal proceedings over Tyson Fury rematch [Sky Sports News]

‘My next ambition is to be Prime Minister’ says homeless law student after first year at Cambridge [Wales Online]

Mini-pupillage opportunities at Keating Chambers [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Ruffled hair, pat on the head and an ice cream. I think solicitors can dust off the wallet and buy their own 99s?” [Legal Cheek comments]