Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 3 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Gina Miller threatens another legal challenge unless the PM guarantees a ‘meaningful’ vote on the final Brexit deal [Mail Online]

Should the government unilaterally guarantee the rights of EU nationals in Britain? [City A.M.]

Snoopers’ Charter: Liberty launches legal challenge against ‘intrusive’ spying powers [The Inquirer]

Hillsborough families to crowdfund to pay police chief’s costs [The Guardian]

Criminal defence lawyer locked up for £60,000 fraud [Get West London]

JPMorgan deploys software to reduce legal contract work [Global Legal Post]

New law to target emotional abuse and neglect of children [BBC News]

Richard Nixon’s former lawyer warns Donald Trump over Russia cover-up [Independent]

Woman with criminal record for picking up £20 speaks out [Metro]

Cheesed off! Man sues Papa John’s for ‘sending him so many promotional texts about pizzas that it caused him anxiety’ [Mail Online]

Event: The future of litigation — Apply to attend [Legal Cheek Hub]

“It would be far more helpful if there was a change of the retirement age across the board for judges given the recruitment crisis. Why force out perfectly good judges at 70 if they cannot be replaced?” [Legal Cheek comments]

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