Round-up

Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

David Davis says Theresa May’s Brexit proposal is “worse” than staying in the EU [BuzzFeed]

Boris Johnson: UK gets “diddly squat” from May’s Brexit plans [BBC News]

A top barrister is calling out The Sun over yet another vile “racist” attack [The Canary]

Alex Salmond closes controversial legal fees crowdfunding campaign after it reaches £100,000 [iNews]

Michael Mansfield QC: “The university admissions tutor asked me, ‘What would you do with £1m?'” [The Guardian]

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The Trump administration will hold back more than 100,000 pages of documents related to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s service [CNN]

Woman was sacked for not wearing a bra to work so she’s suing them for breaching her human rights [The Independent]

El Chapo’s lawyers accuse government of “an inquisition” as trial nears [The Guardian]

BPTC and LPC graduates sought to work as county court advocates [Legal Cheek Hub]

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