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The Secret Barrister hammers the Daily Mail over its ‘rank amateur tabloid hackery’ [Twitter]

Privilege and the criminal bar [Counsel of Perfection]

EU citizens’ rights ignored in first batch of government ‘no deal’ plans [Free Movement]

How to prepare if the UK leaves the EU with no deal [Gov.uk]

Riverviewey [LBC Wise Counsel]

Squalid prisons are just the start. The entire justice system is in meltdown [The Guardian]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Legal bloggers to be given access to family courts [Transparency Project]

Asons — the never-ending saga [Legal Futures]

When service charges become indisputable [Nearly Legal]

EUIPO publishes 436 page survey on pre-Directive EU trade secrets protection [The IPKat]

The problem with policing prostitution [Legal Cheek Journal]

“The BPTC fundamentally doesn’t prepare anyone for the job a barrister does. The inability to recite the CPR and CrimPR verbatim is not a bar to success as an advocate. However, they already remedied this with the multiple choice exams. As unfortunate as it is, under the current system anything which increases the BPTC pass rate will make attaining a pupilage more difficult.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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