Morning round-up: Monday 26 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Brexit “fight” looms over role of European Court, UK warns [Bloomberg]

More than 40 foreign terrorists used human rights laws to stay in Britain, says report [Daily Star]

David Davis just admitted he’s “not 100% sure” the UK will get a Brexit deal [BuzzFeed]

Legal aid cuts have left residents no way to challenge sub-standard housing [The Guardian]

Tech giants face no contest when it comes to competition law [The Guardian]

Residents refusing to leave tower blocks could face legal action, council leader says [Evening Standard]

Mastercard and Visa see UK legal claims from high street names mount over interchange fees [City AM]

The fate of Trump’s travel ban could be decided this week [Time]

Turkish president: Saudi Arabia’s ultimatum to Qatar “breaches international law” [The Telegraph]

“Report me if you want, I’m a lawyer!”: Man is knocked out by a single punch during heated argument with group of women outside Argentinian nightclub [Mail Online]

“Free speech is sham if someone’s speech is blocked because it offends someone.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Birmingham student event: Lawyers and the fourth industrial revolution — with Pinsent Masons [Legal Cheek Hub]

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