Morning round-up: Monday 11 December

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: British mother’s court case postponed after Boris Johnson visit to Iran [The Independent]

Trump Jerusalem move “a dangerous violation” of international law, says Arab League [The Guardian]

Convicted terror backer Ismail Kamoka wins his legal bid to sue the UK security services [The Sun]

Uber heads to court to appeal London ban [The Telegraph]

UK policy of deporting homeless EU citizens could be illegal, European Commission suggests [The Independent]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Prison is “too good” for the disgraced lawyer who hounded British troops, says Defence Secretary as he insists there must be no “witch-hunt” [Mail Online]

British jihadis should be “brought to justice” instead of being killed, Shami Chakrabarti claims [The Telegraph]

Human rights commission to launch its own Grenfell fire inquiry [The Observer]

Spoilsport lawyer calls for total ban on office Christmas parties because drunken antics make it a “legal minefield” [The Sun]

Making a Murderer: Court upholds Brendan Dassey conviction [BBC News]

Event on Tuesday: The skills future lawyers need for the new digital world — with RPC, Google and Uber [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I personally went to Exetah (a firmly third-tier university) after being rejected from Cambridge and Durham. It worked out rather well.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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