Morning round-up: Thursday 18 May

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Divorce should be separate from money battles, says Sir James Munby [The Guardian]

Secret Barrister: An Oxford student stabbed her boyfriend with a bread knife. Why is she not going to prison? [i News]

Uber threatened with legal action if TfL renews taxi app’s licence [Evening Standard]

Nestlé loses legal fight to trademark four-fingered KitKat bars [The Telegraph]

Ex-mayor of Tower Hamlets challenges election court ruling [The Guardian]

Landlord Fergus Wilson facing legal action [BBC News]

‘She was very unhappy with her husband’: Niece of lawyer missing for three weeks after demanding divorce say her family ‘fears the worst’ [Mail Online]

Texas man sues his date — for texting during ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ [USA Today]

Apply to attend: The Legal Cheek and Shearman & Sterling General Election debate [Legal Cheek Hub]

“The Guardian rankings aka the joke of league tables. Any prospective student who looks at these tables and thinks that Dundee/UEA are better than established universities like UCL/KCL/Exeter/Bristol/Edinburgh will get a pretty big shock.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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