Morning round-up: Wednesday 26 July

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Parents of Charlie Gard return to court to seek permission to take their son home to die [BBC News]

Angry Grenfell residents tell judge ‘we need someone real’ [Sky News]

European law will apply ‘for years’ in the UK, says EU judge [euobserver]

How Britain’s most controversial legal cases are being crowdfunded [The Memo]

I’m an LGBT rights lawyer, and these are some of the strangest cases I’ve had to fight in court [Independent]

Law student who bottled a bride’s sister in a booze-fuelled hen party brawl is ordered to pay £750 to her victim after she was forced to photoshop out a two-inch forehead wound in wedding pictures [Mail Online]

Sex is just as important to older women, European court rules [The Guardian]

Kylie Jenner in desperate need of copyright lesson [Above The Law]

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