Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 8 May

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Fatcat legal aid boss urged to “give aid” and overturn a snub to the families of Hyde Park Bombing victims [The Sun]

Theresa May’s government has just been caught breaking the law. And millions will be affected [The Canary]

Government set to be taken back to court over air pollution plans [The Guardian]

Family of lawyer crushed to death by falling window frames say “her future was taken from her” [The Mirror]

Watch porn online? New UK law wants you to register at the Post Office before watching [Daily Star]

William and Kate could do with legal advice on privacy [The Observer]

Fresh legal challenge to Preston New Road fracking decision [BBC News]

China puts leading human rights lawyer on trial for “inciting subversion” [The Guardian]

Republican law could let adoption agencies reject Jewish, Muslim or gay would-be parents [The Independent]

CPS charged innocent man with rape after complainant’s suicide [Mail Online]

Three-month paid internship at Legal Cheek [Legal Cheek Hub]

“First they pay £147k to their NQs, and now this. K&E clearly have the balls.” [Legal Cheek Comments]