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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Prosecuting Boris Johnson over “Brexit lies” would be an ill-conceived publicity stunt [Barrister Blogger]

Some calculations on the new Advocates’ Graduated Fee Scheme [The Secret Barrister]

‘Having spent around 8 months in a Crown Court, I want to air some general thoughts’ [Twitter]

Barristers reveal true impact of LASPO [Politics Home]

Court of Appeal rules that Paposhvili decision has no effect on Article 8 medical cases [Free Movement]

Never mind the blonde bombshells. The small but perfectly formed Alan Duncan is sharpening his enormous chopper. Boristas beware [Jerry Hayes blog]

Social housing must end high numbers of evictions [24 Housing]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Thread: Protecting the protectors is a noble and important aim [Twitter]

Book review: Stories of the Law and How It’s Broken, by the Secret Barrister [ICLR]

British Airways hacking: how not to respond to a cyber attack [Inforrm’s Blog]

A bagel is a bagel is a bagel, and a pita is a pita is a pita: but is a bialy a cebularz? [The IPKat]

David Allen Green: What commercial awareness is and what it should not be [Legal Cheek]

Does the law adequately protect victims of domestic abuse? [Legal Cheek Journal]

Events events events! [Legal Cheek Hub]

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