Morning round-up: Tuesday 8 August

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

UK judges need clarity after Brexit — Lord Neuberger [BBC News]

High Court judge: suicidal girl may not have received care plan if I had not publicly intervened [The Telegraph]

Government unveils plans to allow Britain’s Supreme Court to override EU courts after Brexit [The Sun]

UK citizens to get more rights over personal data under new laws [The Guardian]

High Court judge criticised as ‘vile rapist sympathiser’ after letting child sex attacker walk free [Independent]

Secret Barrister: even the worst people in society should receive legal aid [iNews]

A lawyer has pulled apart Jeremy Hunt’s latest ‘half-witted’ idea for the NHS [The Canary]

Women guilty over Norwich Crown Court judge tirade [BBC News]

BPTC & LPC graduates sought for County Court Advocate roles: Immediate start [Legal Cheek Hub]

It’s just CV points for the students. Lawyers have been a part of civilisation for thousands of years — there will still be lawyers working in one form or another, even if the way they work will change [Legal Cheek comments]

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