Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 22 September

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Labour-backed report calls for more generous legal aid system [The Guardian]

The fightback against the Conservatives’ legal aid desert begins today [The Guardian]

The Government’s cuts to legal aid are denying the poor and vulnerable access to the law, writes Lord Bach [The Mirror]

Theresa May will tell EU leaders they have a “shared responsibility” to cut a Brexit deal [BuzzFeed]

Thousands in France march to protest Macron’s labour law [The Telegraph]

Missing Moors Murder victim’s family urge Ian Brady’s solicitor to open mystery suitcases [Liverpool Echo]

Amal Clooney and IS victim demand justice for Yazidis [BBC News]

Sex robot with ‘resistance settings’ that let men simulate rape should be banned, barrister says [The Sun]

National Gallery wins legal battle over Henri Matisse’s Portrait of Greta Moll [The Telegraph]

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

“£50k at 25 in Bristol – good times!” [Legal Cheek Comments]