Morning round-up: Monday 4 December

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

The European Court of Justice’s authority must end if we are to take back control [The Telegraph]

The EU wants a cast-iron guarantee from Theresa May on the Irish Border, no matter what happens in the Brexit talks [BuzzFeed]

Joshua Rozenberg: A bad omen for Brexit [Law Society Gazette]

Security clampdown at The Hague amid fears of further suicides [The Observer]

The data protection bill is yet another legal threat to UK press freedom [The Guardian]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Don’t sack public figures accused of sexual harassment, says retired judge [The Telegraph]

Trump’s lawyer says he was behind President’s tweet about firing Flynn [CNN]

Egyptian lawyer jailed for saying women in ripped jeans should be raped [BBC News]

The bizarre law which means Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s baby could be US president and in line for the throne [The Mirror]

Why vac schemes are not always essential [Facebook]

“I’m a senior lawyer and I do not trust the people I work with one bit. I suspect most lawyers, if they are honest share the same opinion. Why should we then expect the general public to trust us?” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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

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