Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Justine Greening: New Brexit referendum “is only way to end deadlock” [The Times]

Theresa May: Trump told me to sue the EU [BBC News]

Secret trials for corruption are hurting justice, watchdog warns [The Telegraph]

Britain “is in secret talks with Ecuador in bid to evict Julian Assange from South American country’s London embassy” [Mail Online]

Meghan Markle’s baby daughter could inherit title royal first as law challenged [The Express]

Geoffrey Robertson QC: At last, a law that could have stopped Blair and Bush invading Iraq [The Guardian]

Isis’s genocidal crimes demand justice — but how can it be done? [The Independent]

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Is John Roberts poised to become the US Supreme Court’s key swing vote? [The Guardian]

In Your Defence by Sarah Langford — review [The Observer]

Blind student’s mother gets honorary law degree with daughter [BBC News]

Event: How to get into law as a career changer — with Irwin Mitchell, PwC and Shearman & Sterling [Legal Cheek Hub]

Guildhall Chambers seeks an established tenant and third six pupil to join its specialist employment and discrimination team [Legal Cheek Hub]

“If S&M doesn’t make public its financial results how do you know it’s the most profitable?” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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