Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

London mayor Sadiq Khan calls for second Brexit vote [BBC News]

We are heading for a car crash Brexit under Theresa May’s Chequers plan [The Telegraph]

Katie Hopkins applies for insolvency agreement to avoid bankruptcy after libel loss [The Guardian]

Feuding neighbours spent a combined £120,000 in legal fees in dispute over 2ft strip of parking space [The Sun]

Adviser uncovers solicitor’s £19k error [FT Adviser]

No-fault divorces planned in major shake-up of “archaic law” [Evening Standard]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Joe Robinson: Turkish court convicts former UK soldier [BBC News]

Money-laundering hack and Japanese law could threaten a wipeout of Bitcoin [The Telegraph]

The High Court found that Vote Leave broke the law in a new way [Open Democracy]

Kavanaugh allegations revive fervor over crucial Supreme Court pick [CNN]

The rise of Dublin as a global legal centre — with Pinsent Masons, Dechert, Matheson and Barbri [Legal Cheek Hub]

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

“…no one talks about this in the office because that would risk losing their job. But I am willing to bet lots of lawyers voted for Brexit or voted for Corbyn.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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