Morning round-up: Tuesday 6 September

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By Legal Cheek on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


CPS: More than 200 prosecuted under revenge porn law [BBC News]

Has Keith Vaz broken the law? UK rules on paying for drugs and sex with prostitutes may not be as clear as you think [The Sun]

Second EU referendum legally possible, politically improbable [City A.M.]

Southern commuters in crowdfunding drive to pay for legal action [The Guardian]

Top tip… [Twitter]

Legal body warns European laws could remain in place after Brexit [Herald Scotland]

Fake military heroes would face jail under proposed ‘Walter Mitty’ law [The Telegraph]

Lawyer and human rights activist murdered in Nigeria [The Argus]

Rambler sues Trump golf resort in Scotland for breach of privacy [The Guardian]

No UK fracking this year as Yorkshire legal challenge drags on [The Telegraph]

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

“I’ve just accepted a TC at Dechert. I’m chuffed, but at the same time slightly apprehensive I’ll see any of that salary considering the mediocre retention rates…” [Legal Cheek comments]