Morning round-up: Monday 12 December

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Theresa May faces new Brexit legal challenge in High Court in London [The Telegraph]

New Article 50 court challenge to go before Irish High Court after thousands back campaign [The Independent]

Supreme Court Brexit appeal: Judges “heading for split 7-4 decision” in narrow win for Remain campaigners [The Telegraph]

Leave campaigner Peter Bone launched a passionate attack on lawyers challenging Brexit in the courts during a heated radio debate [The Express]

The simple point of law which everyone in the Article 50 case seems to be ignoring [The Telegraph]

Corbyn’s free aid from rail strikers’ QC: Lawyer whose clients include the RMT Union gave Labour leader advice during second leadership election [Mail Online]

Theresa May to unveil tough new legal definition of anti-semitism exploiting Labour divisions on prejudice [The Sun]

A Muslim couple arrested over fears that they were heading to Syria for “extremist activities” have won a court fight for the care of their children [BBC News]

Amal Clooney has an alluring new look for date night [Vogue]

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

“I can tell you now that some of the best GC’s out there started at regional firms.” [Legal Cheek Comments]