Morning round-up: Monday 30 April

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Robert Peston: The inside line on Amber Rudd’s exit [Facebook]

Windrush assurances should be written into law, say MPs [BBC News]

High court blocks Amber Rudd attempt to deport witness [The Observer]

Alfie Evans dies after months-long legal battle [Politico]

The agony of Alfie Evans’ parents was made worse by bad law [The Spectator]

A court is an unfit place for a case like Alfie Evans and its moral complexity [The Guardian]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Afua Hirsch reviews The Secret Barrister’s book [The Guardian]

Spain could change law after Pamplona bull run “gang rape” [Sky News]

Stormy Daniels’ lawsuit against US President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer put on hold [Evening Standard]

US crypto lawyer David Silver on why he’s to thank for industry’s increased government scrutiny [Coin Telegraph]

“Half of the juniors I know have an exit plan.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

The Future of Legal Education and Training Conference on 23 May — final batch tickets on sale [Legal Cheek]

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