Monday morning round-up

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By Aishah Hussain on

The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Brexit: EU says no hope of securing UK’s withdrawal deal by October [The Independent]

People should not be prosecuted for possessing small amounts of cannabis, says Jeremy Corbyn [The Telegraph]

Cross-party group of MPs seek to close loophole in upskirting bill [The Guardian]

London is Uber’s chance to prove it has matured [The Financial Times (£)]

Slater and Gordon fined £80,000 for Quindell disclosure breach involving more than 7,000 files [Legal Business]

Six solicitors charged over alleged £12.6m legal aid fraud [The Law Society Gazette]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Solicitors are now “dairy farmers” of PI market as numbers fall [Legal Futures]

‘Compare the barrister’ is coming, BSB predicts [The Law Society Gazette]

More students are studying immigration law because of President Trump’s policies [TIME]

Third six pupillage vacancies [Legal Cheek Jobs Noticeboard]

Final few places available: How to make it as a City lawyer — with Baker McKenzie, Hogan Lovells and Mayer Brown [Legal Cheek Hub]

Thoughts on MoneyLaw madness [Legal Cheek Comments]

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