Morning round-up: Friday 28 April

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Law firm ‘cocked-up’ over list revealing Iraqi abuse claimants were not civilians [The Guardian]

Ministers lose court bid to delay air pollution plan [BBC News]

David Allen Green — Brexit by timetable: the evolution of the EU’s position [Financial Times]

United Airlines reaches settlement with passenger dragged from plane [The Telegraph]

Hairdresser won legal battle using skills she got watching Miss Marple [Metro]

Man in court for traffic ticket drops cocaine in front of judge [Newshub]

Ex-MP Lembit Opik, 52, reveals he is having a child with a 33-year-old Bulgarian lawyer [Mail Online]

George W Bush’s ethics lawyer calls for Donald Trump’s impeachment [Independent]

Apply now: Part-time freelance legal writers required to work with Peloton Communications Group [Legal Cheek Hub]

“There is always a number of people just sitting around and chilling, watching some dumb American series or browsing FB in the library and computer labs. If you don’t do work — go home and stop being a waste of space.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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