Morning round-up: Monday 14 November

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Woman accused of poisoning child “used legal aid in attempt to keep terror links secret” [The Telegraph]

How Trump can reset the US Supreme Court’s agenda [Business Insider]

Great British Bake Off launch legal bid to defy BBC’s 12-month ban and get show on air sooner [The Mirror]

Article 50 could be reversed, government may argue in Brexit case [The Guardian]

Article 50 claimant Gina Miller: “It isn’t safe for me to go outside” [The Guardian]

UK’s first ever ethnic minority judge, Mota Singh, dies [Metro]

The latest lego figure [Twitter]

MPs tell shamed Keith Vaz to quit powerful Justice Committee amid police drugs probe [The Mirror]

US Supreme Court Justice stars in her first opera [The Daily Caller]

Trainee Solicitor sought to join our firm on a full time basis — immediate starts [Legal Cheek Hub]

“You’d be surprised how many people in city law support this guy. We need somebody like him in Europe.” [Legal Cheek Comments]