Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 7 September

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Brexit: MPs to begin scrutiny of vital withdrawal bill [BBC News]

Theresa May hints law could change so cyclists can be prosecuted for dangerous driving [Independent]

Hillsborough: five accused appear in court [The Guardian]

Influential legal operators driving change in law departments [Global Legal Post]

Solicitor who overcharged by 574% struck off [Legal Futures]

Europe migrant crisis: EU court rejects quota challenge [BBC News]

Manchester City threaten legal action after La Liga chief Javier Tebas accuses them of financial doping [Mirror]

Black judge shouldn’t oversee white cop’s murder trial after posts about profiling, lawyers say [Washington Post]

This is not a good job listing [Above The Law]

Rapper Kano’s assault trial collapses after ‘victim goes on climbing holiday’ [Evening Standard]

“I don’t understand this obsession with blaming the UK exclusively for the slow progress of the Brexit negotiations. Surely we can at least put some of the blame on the EU?” [Legal Cheek comments]

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