Morning round-up: Monday 24 July

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Charlie Gard’s parents back in court as judge hears “new evidence” [ITV News]

Labour would leave single market, says Jeremy Corbyn [The Guardian]

Celebrate Lady Hale — then make the senior judiciary more diverse [The Guardian]

Protests over Polish government’s take-over of its Supreme Court [Channel 4 News]

Passenger who stuffed £10 into a Barrister’s mouth after being asked to stop pinching snacks from first class trolley found guilty of assault [The Telegraph]

Ministers “undermined law” over Iraq war crimes allegations [The Guardian]

Consultation on changing legal gender to be launched [BBC News]

Donald Trump’s lawyer says President’s right to pardon himself “cannot be dismissed” [The Independent]

Alex Reid to “take legal action” after ex Katie Price reveals she’s got “disgusting” photos of him hidden at home [The Sun]

Scott Turow: “My characters, like me, find society’s problems in the law” [The Guardian]

TC applications close this week [Legal Cheek Firms Most List]

“What she posted is pretty hilarious to be fair. Cannot blame her for having a personality.” [Legal Cheek Comments]