Morning round-up: Wednesday 29 November

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Why EU laws will continue during 2-year Brexit transition [Financial Times]

Unmarried woman wins legal battle over bereavement damages [The Guardian]

Legal aid deserts failing asylum seekers [BBC News]

Becoming a Brit: What will Meghan Markle have to do to get UK citizenship? [Sky News]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Ticket resellers may have broken consumer law [Financial Times]

Lack of young barristers could be fatal for ‘sustainable, separate profession’ [Legal Futures]

Uber had special team to obstruct legal cases and spy on rivals, court told [The Guardian]

UK’s second listed law firm Gordon Dadds doubles profit in first results since IPO [City A.M.]

BPTC & LPC graduates to undertake freelance advocacy work in the County Courts throughout England and Wales [Legal Cheek Hub]

“So women make up the majority of undergraduates. They make up the majority of law undergraduates. They make up the majority of trainees and the majority of trainees at the best paying firms. This report is worthless.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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