Morning round-up: Thursday 26 January

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Second man arrested over alleged racist abuse of Brexit court challenger Gina Miller [The Telegraph]

MPs may be voting for Brexit, but the Supreme Court ruling didn’t say our next government can’t reverse it [The Independent]

Lawyer urges Article 50 to be made reversible before Brexit High Court case in Dublin [The Express]

‘Sack Shaun Wallace!’ The Chase viewers are up in arms after barrister failed to get some very basic questions right [Mail Online]

‘Trump got a million fat women walking’ Judge blasts Women’s March as a ‘hissy fit’ [The Express]

Celebrity Big Brother 2017: Spencer Pratt demands a lawyer after row with Kim Woodburn [Telly Mix]

Germany abolishes law that bans insulting foreign leaders [The Independent]

Commercial Awareness Question Time: Northern Powerhouse Special [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Repetitive yes. Boring yes, but a crucial part of the learning and development process, learning from the bottom up.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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