Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 7 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Theresa May must not use ‘Henry VIII powers’ to make post-Brexit laws behind Parliament’s back, report warns [Independent]

Youth sentencing to take child’s upbringing into account [The Guardian]

Donald Trump signs new travel ban executive order targeting six Muslim-majority countries [Independent]

A Facebook chatbot that fought 250,000 parking fines is helping refugees claim asylum [Business Insider UK]

Boutique boost: Stewarts in talks to pick up Enyo to create £80m firm [Legal Business]

Karen Danczuk ‘could face legal action over string of cruel tweets attacking parents of Maddie McCann [The Sun]

Will Trump’s new travel ban be halted again in court? [BBC News]

Louis Tomlinson calls in ‘Mad Dog’ lawyer to fight airport bust-up charges [Mirror]

Why the law is little help for those who want to control the spread of fake news [Press Gazette]

Ukraine sues Russia in International Court of Justice for ‘financing terrorism’ [The Telegraph]

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“£120k, now that is an appropriate and reasonable salary for an NQ city lawyer (given the hours and level of bullshit one has to put up with)” [Legal Cheek comments]

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