Morning round-up: Tuesday 18 April

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Attorney General launches legal fight to stop Tony Blair being hauled to court for Iraq war deaths [The Sun]

Liz Truss makes fresh attempt to fast-track deportations [The Guardian]

Legal and accounting services fear Brexit losses [Financial Times]

Support builds for watered-down version of Glass-Steagall law [Financial Times]

Brexit could worsen abortion rights for the women of Gibraltar [BuzzFeed]

Cairo court acquits Egyptian-American of human trafficking charges [Reuters]

Insane true stories of drunk juries [Vice]

Court halts two Arkansas executions [BBC News]

Legal marketing spend is up, so is client dissatisfaction. Now what? [Forbes]

How to repair the disconnect with your client [Future of Law Blog]

“The way barristers behave is outrageous. In any other profession it wouldn’t be allowed. It’s basically because none of them have ever had a proper job, ever.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Future trainee sought to join international law firm as a paralegal on a 12 month FTC [Legal Cheek Hub]