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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Let cameras into court to tame aggressive barristers, says Victims’ Commissioner [The Telegraph]

Judge in Uber’s London legal battle steps aside over husband’s links to firm [The Observer]

Cuts to legal aid and courts make a mockery of equal access to justice [The Guardian]

Westminster terror suspect Salih Khater is set to appear in court charged with attempted murder [The Sun]

Birmingham Prison taken over from G4S by government [BBC News]

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Martin Shkreli’s lawyer sentenced to 18 months in prison [Fortune]

British Airways worker who won legal battle to wear cross at work suing airline again [The Telegraph]

Britain flouting human rights over Grenfell-style cladding [The Guardian]

Egypt’s Sisi signs new law tightening government control online [Al Jazeera]

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