Morning round-up: Friday 14 July

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Repeal Bill: 1,000 ‘corrections’ to EU law will be made without MPs necessarily voting on them [Independent]

Viscount jailed for offering money for killing of Gina Miller [The Guardian]

Charlie Gard’s parents storm out of court after disagreement with judge [Sky News]

Flights to Europe could be suspended in a post-Brexit legal vacuum, airports warn [The Telegraph]

Parents of Aberdeen law student hit out after abuser spared jail [Press and Journal]

‘Watch your back, b***h’: Donald Trump’s lawyer in profanity-filled email tirade at stranger who told him to resign [Mail Online]

Trump conflict of interest concerns over links with law firm run by Philippine government official [The Guardian]

Airbnb host fined for cancelling law student’s reservation based on race [National Law Journal]

Closes today: volunteer vacancies for law students and graduates at Big Voice London [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I once had a horrible supervisor (senior associate), similar to this. At first I lapped it up like a good dog but eventually I had enough. It turned into somewhat of a war and at times it was petty.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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