Morning round-up: Monday 23 April

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Martin Lewis to sue Facebook over fake adverts with his name [Sky News]

In Britain now, the richer you are, the better your chance of justice [The Observer]

Stop handing out so many suspended sentences, courts told [The Guardian]

Labour promises to restore legal aid for housing advice [The Guardian]

Trump v the Law [The London Review of Books]

Trump, Giuliani, and all the President’s lawyers [The New Yorker]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

It’s not my job to believe you — here’s why [Pink Tape]

Celeb tattooist loses legal fight with cactus shop in row over name [The Sun]

New legal drama: The Split — time, date, cast and where have you seen star Nicola Walker before? [Metro]

The laws MPs are voting on this week, explained in plain English [Clear the Lobby]

Leading criminal defence practice in Kent seeks criminal lawyer [Legal Cheek Hub]

“The vast majority of [magic circle/US firm] trainees wouldn’t get an interview with a good Chancery/Commercial set let alone pupillage.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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