Morning round-up: Monday 12 June

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

The UK’s highest court will temporarily move from its London home to Edinburgh this week [BBC News]

Theresa May faces crunch Brexit meeting [The Independent]

EU threatens year-long delay in Brexit talks over UK’s negotiating stance [The Guardian]

DUP deal with Tories “could lead to vote on reducing abortion time limits” [Evening Standard]

Who’s David Lidington? [Twitter]

Gangster Granny: The quiet and unassuming solicitor who won the trust of families riven with grief and stole millions from them to fund exotic lifestyle more like that of a Mafia boss than a grandmother [Mail Online]

Sharia law protesters face off against counter demonstrators across the US [The Telegraph]

Fired US Attorney Preet Bharara says there’s “absolutely” evidence to begin an obstruction of justice case against Trump [Mail Online]

RAVN takeover emphasises rise of legal AI [Law Society Gazette]

“A second referendum would be fantastic.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Apply at attend: Commercial Awareness Question Time: Inside the acquisition of Visa Europe — with Macfarlanes [Legal Cheek Hub]