Morning round-up: Monday 5 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Theresa May defends “credible” Brexit plan amid claims EU will never agree to her proposals [The Independent]

Ruth Davidson not to take legal action on EU Continuity Bill [The National]

Law Society: no ‘scorched earth’ Brexit [Law Society Gazette]

How Google Maps judges Britain’s courts [The Guardian]

Stormy Daniels’ lawyer almost called off agreement with Trump lawyer [CNN]

In following China’s iCloud law, has Apple betrayed itself? [Wired]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

North London council threaten war hero’s family with court case over £31,000 care costs [The Sun]

Medical claims scam Blackburn solicitor faces being struck off [Lancashire Telegraph]

Cycling and the law: good manners needed [The Guardian]

How Donald Trump is remaking the law in his own image [CNN]

“…elite US shops now have their own trainee intake so you’re left with mid-sized shops to lateral into upon qualification” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Secrets to Success — Birmingham, with Pinsent Masons, Irwin Mitchell and St Philips Chambers at ULaw Birmingham: Apply to attend [Legal Cheek Hub]

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