Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 17 October

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

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I am trying to delay Brexit, admits Clegg: Anger as ex-deputy PM leads Bremoaner plot to snub voters’ wishes… and says keeping Britain shackled to the EU for longer would be a “good thing” [Mail Online]

Sir Philip Green hires top barrister Lord Pannick to scrutinise the MPs’ inquiry into the collapse of BHS [City AM]

The terrifying tale of how Britain’s most secret court imprisoned a grandmother [The Telegraph]

Home Office knew about race claims against abuse judge: So did Theresa May cover up a ‘civil war’ to avoid damaging her Tory leadership bid? [Mail Online]

Iraqi legal witch-hunt must be shut down [The Telegraph]

10 myths busted about the Ched Evans case [The Secret Barrister]

Ched Evans case: exceptional nature must be made clear, says legal expert [The Guardian]

Tesco faces legal action from staff in pay dispute [BBC News]

Wheels of justice barely turn at Guantanamo prison [Reuters]

Richard Moorhead, UCL Professor of Law and Professional Ethics, considers possible routes of change for legal education in the UK [Future of Law Blog]

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

“Small high street firms and northern multi-disciplinary chambers are the places to go for high-quality work early on.” [Legal Cheek Comments]