Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts
Javid has foolishly listened to his inner daily mail. The worst fate for the jihadis would be a lifetime in an Alabama jail. To give them martyrdom will be a recruiting sergeant for the terrorist [Jerry Hayes’ Blog]
ISIS Beatles: The UK government should not facilitate their execution just because it falls under another jurisdiction [Legal Cheek Journal]
New judge, old court [A view from the North]
Lawyers shouldn’t be robbing the vulnerable of their rights [Waiting for Tax]
The speech the PM might have made [LBC Wise Counsel]
Brexit politics thread [David Allen Green]
"…or chaos with Ed Miliband"
Just a couple of party political thoughts.
For many years the Conservatives gained substantial support (rightly and wrongly) not because of their ideology but because they were said to be competent.
— David Allen Green (@davidallengreen) July 26, 2018
The Brexit process has proven that young people like me were right to vote Remain — we need a final say [Independent Voices]
Frankly, you shouldn’t mess with a LNDR [The IPKat]
The press and Sir Cliff, they have no idea [Inforrm]
Hide and seek — unlawful eviction [Nearly Legal]
Job, jobs, jobs — including advocate and legal assistant roles for BPTC and LPC grads, and third six pupil openings [Legal Cheek Hub]