Morning round-up: Friday 4 November

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Attorney General Jeremy Wright under pressure to quit after shock High Court defeat over Brexit timing [The Telegraph]

Brexit latest: Ukip’s Suzanne Evans calls for High Court judges to be sacked [Evening Standard]

Radical feminist who is a long-running critic of marriage, the judge happy for the law to be seen as an ass and ‘the cleverest man in Britain’: The Supreme Court judges who’ll rule on Brexit [Mail Online]

The Daily Mail is very upset because an ‘openly gay judge’ ruled on Brexit [Pink News]

Government appeal looks “highly likely” [Twitter]

Keir Starmer: Britain’s last Remaining hope [Politico]

Foster care case teenager wins right to own lawyer [Sky News]

Hillary Clinton FBI indictment ‘likely’, claims Fox News [The Independent]

Barrister Claudia aims to win over the judges on her Islington Boxing Club debut [Islington Gazette]

Pennsylvania judge accused of having sex with defendant’s girlfriend [Philly Voice]

Spring vacation scheme at Baker & McKenzie [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I would disagree again with your assessment that the Commons will just vote it through; don’t be so sure an MP will vote with anything other than their own conscience…” [Legal Cheek comments]