Morning round-up: Tuesday 16 January

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Euro judges hold power to reverse Brexit — study says decision in hands of ECJ [Express]

Another rape case collapses after defence find photos proving suspect’s innocence [The Telegraph]

Why are the numbers of community sentences falling? [BBC News]

Struck-off former solicitor who stole money honoured with MBE [Wales Online]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Chelsea step closer to building new £1 billion stadium as loophole used to overturn High Court [The Telegraph]

Carillion collapse: legal implications [Construction Index]

‘Business as usual’ on legal aid helplines following Carillion collapse [Legal Futures]

Christian student group sues the University of Iowa after they were kicked off campus for refusing to let a gay student become their vice-president [Mail Online]

PJ Kirby QC is cooking again for Save the Children’s Billable Hour appeal [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I don’t think these firms fully understand the Indian legal system, it will take years, if not decades to get a decision there.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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