Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 14 November

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Brexit: Theresa May’s plan to fix date of Britain’s EU withdrawal into law is ‘thoroughly stupid’, says leading Tory rebel [The Independent]

UK risks mass exodus of EU academics post-Brexit, finds report [The Guardian]

Putting a price on the rule of law [Financial Times]

US billionaire used Britain’s secret legal system to gag The Sun from identifying him after arrest for rape [The Sun]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Lord Hutchinson of Lullington obituary [The Guardian]

Only a quarter of UK law firms are ready for GDPR, study shows [Computer Weekly]

France to reassess child sex laws after controversial cases [BBC News]

Donald Trump nominates lawyer who has never tried a case for lifetime federal judgeship [The Independent]

Judge who told jurors she ‘did not believe the victim was raped at all’ is reprimanded [Dallas News]

DiversCity in Law 2017: A commercial law graduate recruitment event for LGBT candidates. Apply to attend [DiversCity in Law]

“This is the thin edge of the wedge. There will be a lot of senior barristers and chambers management holding crisis meetings this week. More and more of these stories will break.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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7 Comments

David Blaine

105.4

Anonymous

108.9

Anonymous

Little cuck. You’re an imposter.

Anonymous

I am very sorry. I have a fit wife, can I offer you her to make up for what I have done?

Anonymous

How dare you call me cuck?

I WILL COME DOWN ON YOU LIKE THE HAMMER OF THOR. THE THUNDER OF MY VENGEANCE WILL ECHO THROUGH THIS WEBSITE LIKE THE GUST OF A THOUSAND WINDS.

Anonymous

Already offered to fight you before and you went for a steak, fat boy

Doc Ludwig Lowenstein. WHO (mental)

Billionaire idiot. If I’ve said it once I’ve said it thrice beautiful. 1 audio video records the sexual intercourse or has it witnessed by at least two men or woman. That way there is no possibility of a false allegation of rape and every possibility of prosecution of the false alleger for making false allegations and attempting to pervert the course of justice.

The law now requires one to prove consent, so do so and put the women in prison or a psychiatric institution for many years.
Simples.

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