Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 21 August

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

CPS to crack down on social media hate crime, says Alison Saunders [The Guardian]

Ex-British legal chief: May’s red line on ECJ “foolish” [Politico]

Breaking with the European court of justice won’t be easy for Britain [The Observer]

EE threatens legal action over mobile airwaves restriction [Financial Times]

A vampire expert is at the centre of a legal row involving claims that he licked up a student’s blood when she cut herself in one of his classes [Mail Online]

Unaccompanied children face battling immigration legal cases alone [HuffPost]

China launches pioneering online court to deal with internet-related disputes [Legal Futures]

Apple is now taking donations for a law centre through iTunes [The Verge]

Scotland’s controversial Football Act laws aimed at tackling sectarianism branded a waste of time by legal chiefs [The Sun]

Glasgow lawyer Aamer Anwar targeted by vile trolls after narrowly escaping Barcelona terror attack [Glasgow Live]

Lawyer who saw Diana’s death crash breaks 20-year silence to claim “other forces” were behind accident [The Mirror]

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