Morning round-up: Monday 5 June

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Keir Starmer reveals details of Labour’s plan for Brexit if they win the election [The Independent]

David Davis says UK legally “locked into” General Election on June 8 after London Bridge terror attack amid calls to postpone polling day [The Telegraph]

Two convicted terrorists got more than £400,000 of taxpayers’ cash in legal aid while trying to dodge justice [The Sun]

Brummie lawyer accuses Islamic groups of anti-terror scheme “myths” [Birmingham Mail]

Schona Jolly QC: The government has no clue how to deliver Brexit [Prospect]

Price comparison site Kelkoo takes Google to High Court over abuse of search dominance [The Telegraph]

Leigh Day’s fate in hands of SRA ruling [Law Society Gazette]

Quran-burner trial dropped after Danish parliament revokes centuries-old blasphemy law [The Independent]

Trump administration’s lonely human rights voice [Politico]

This evening it’s the Legal Cheek and Shearman & Sterling General Election debate [Legal Cheek Hub]

Join the BPTC and BVC reunion [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I’m a 2PQE at a US firm and i know the market. I don’t need to be spoken down to by someone who isn’t in it…” [Legal Cheek Comments]