Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 21 October

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


UK policy to deport refugees for “extremist behaviour” could flout UN convention [The Guardian]

Theresa May has told EU Leaders that Britain won’t rubber stamp their decisions [BuzzFeed]

Thousands of gay men to be pardoned [BBC News]

UK government must release legal advice on Syria drone strike, says Human Rights Watch [Middle East Eye]

The Sun turns on Gary Lineker over refugee comments [Twitter]

South Africa “to withdraw from war crimes court” [BBC News]

Poor law: The rise of paralegals in Africa [The Economist]

Jail again for fraudulent ex-solicitor who hijacked law firm’s identity [Legal Futures]

Linklaters expands Poland support base [Legal Week]

Apply now for winter vac schemes [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Good news for the Tarquins and Henriettas of the world.” [Legal Cheek Comments]