Morning round-up: Tuesday 27 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

No10 ‘doesn’t know’ if cladding blamed for Grenfell inferno is legal as 15 more tower blocks fail safety tests [The Sun]

Harriet Harman demands change in law to protect alleged rape victims after Ched Evans case [Huffington Post]

Theresa May’s threats against human rights law is a ‘gift for dictators’, says UN chief [Independent]

Court orders Salvador Dalí’s remains to be exhumed in paternity suit [The Guardian]

Shopkeeper threatened with court over Singhsbury’s store changes name to Morrisinghs [Northern Echo]

Trump travel ban injunction lifted in part [BBC News]

Disgraced lawyer of ‘evil and dangerous predator’ will marry her former client behind bars — while he serves time for the brutal rape and murder of a deaf woman [Mail Online]

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

I studied law at A-Level (syllabus focussed on contract) and found that it gave me a head start in LLB contract law — but otherwise didn’t make much difference… [Legal Cheek comments]

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