Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 3 May

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Ministers ‘should have legal duty to combat rise in prison suicides’ [The Guardian]

Brexit: Lawyers warn of industry influence over public health laws as EU ‘fundamental right’ is axed [Independent]

Prince William defends his wife — in court [ITV News]

Aristocrat in court accused of threatening Gina Miller and calling her a ‘troublesome first generation immigrant’ [Independent]

Charlie Gard: Devastated parents launch court appeal to stop doctors withdrawing sick baby’s life support [Evening Standard]

What does the new solicitor super-exam mean for trainees? [The Guardian]

Churchgoing bent solicitor turned tax consultant jailed in £1million scam [Daily Post]

German woman sues hotel to find name of man who made her pregnant [The Telegraph]

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

“‘Your client: The principal obstacle between you and winning the trial.’ Possibly the truest statement I have ever heard in the profession.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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