Morning round-up: Wednesday 12 July

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Grenfell judge bows to pressure to extend inquiry consultation period for survivors [The Telegraph]

EU court rulings ‘could still influence UK cases after Brexit’, says Lady Hale [Evening Standard]

UK lawyers rush to register in Ireland to ease Brexit fears [Financial Times]

Court orders criminalising homeless, charity claims [BBC News]

Friends of Seumas Milne insist he was not a “willing participant” in kiss with blonde lawyer [The Telegraph]

Jealous city lawyer drunkenly chased his girlfriend around in London’s posh Mayfair then spat in her face [The Sun]

Belgium’s ban on burkas and naqib ruled legal by European Court of Human Rights [Metro]

Trump son’s Clinton claim denied by Russian lawyer [BBC News]

Twitter users blocked by Trump file lawsuit [New York Times]

Job alert: Third six pupillages at Hardwicke [Legal Cheek Hub]

“This is totally abysmal behaviour from the regulator. Comments saying otherwise are wrong. Some pay close to £20k to sit the BPTC and get this joke service year on year? Does not bode well for the SQE.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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