Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 10 July

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Theresa May faces Brexit rebellion over European Court of Justice red line [The Telegraph]

Tory-DUP deal: Legal challenge launched [BBC News]

Grenfell fire: Inquiry will get full truth, says justice secretary David Lidington [BBC News]

“Too much prosecco!” David Lidington blames calls for Theresa May to quit on too much sun and warm booze [The Sun]

Donald Trump’s son and son-in-law met with Russian lawyer “with Moscow links” during US presidential campaign [The Independent]

Teenager takes bet365 to court over £1m “won” on horse races [The Telegraph]

The trainee solicitor who showered the office Formula One-style [Evening Standard]

“Stop attacking doctors and read the full Charlie Gard court judgments,” paediatrician tells social media users [The Independent]

UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia under threat as court ruling on terrorism looms [The Observer]

Lukaku faces court over “breaching peace” arrest as pics emerge of wild party with Pogba [Daily Star]

“Absolute disgrace. No accountability, no lessons learned.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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