Morning round-up: Monday 21 May

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

New internet laws pledged as social media firms snub talks [BBC News]

Bereaved to speak as Grenfell Tower inquiry opens [BBC News]

Home Office faces pressure over deportation of highly skilled migrants [The Guardian]

Molenbeek mayor to sue British journalist for defamation [Politico]

Woman who asked court to allow disabled daughter to die changes mind [BBC News]

A life “completely destroyed” by one paragraph of immigration law [The Guardian]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Legal technology investment booms [Law Society Gazette]

A mariachi band played outside the house of the “racist” lawyer who shouted at Spanish workers [The Independent]

Everyone made the same joke about George and Amal Clooney at the royal wedding [Time]

Square paid $8 million for a super star tech lawyer, then she stepped down after 16 months on the job [Business Insider]

“Absolute bullshit if the documents were available on their document management system without protection.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Third Six Pupillage starting in autumn 2018 with Henderson Chambers [Legal Cheek Hub]

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