Morning round-up: Tuesday 9 August

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By Legal Cheek on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Labour leadership ruling: All new members can vote in election between Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith [The Independent]

Law amounts to unnecessary death sentence for dogs, claims RSPCA [The Guardian]

Lloyds faces legal fight over pensions discrimination [The Telegraph]

The tables have turned [Twitter]

Blow for migrant deal as Turkey rejects EU terror law demands [Financial Times]

Terminally ill actor Brian Rix calls for assisted dying law change [BBC News]

Ex-law student porn star achieves her ‘dream’ as she skydives completely naked [Mirror]

Barrister puts Scotland’s most expensive estate on the market for £10.5m [Evening Times]

You don’t need to be a terrorist to commit a terrorist offence [Barrister Blogger]

Same same but different: Stop the bother about the other [Counsel of Perfection]

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

“I look forward to reading about the law student battling a great white shark. When can we expect to have this for our perusal?’ [Legal Cheek comments]