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Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Top lawyers say another EU vote is “democratic” [BBC News]

Boris Johnson: £40 billion Brexit divorce bill means we’ll effectively become a non-voting EU colony [The Sun]

Tony Blair urges MPs to vote down Theresa May’s Brexit plans in last-minute push to get a second referendum [The Sun]

Arron Banks would now vote to Remain because of Government’s “disgraceful” handling of Brexit [The Telegraph]

Government faces new legal challenge over plans to speed up fracking [The Guardian]

Policeman who led hunt for Madeleine McCann “made £350,000 from book on the case that slurred the missing girl’s parents” it’s revealed as they take their court fight against him to Strasbourg [Mail Online]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Barrister calls for urgent change to women’s treatment in criminal justice system [Sunday Post]

The great distraction: the innovation bandwagon has hobbled law’s market forces [Legal Business]

Trump lawyers fail to stop 21 young Americans suing the government over climate change [The Canary]

BPTC & LPC graduates sought for paid County Court Advocate civil advocacy roles [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

How lawyers can make a difference through pro bono — with Herbert Smith Freehills on Wednesday 7 November [Legal Cheek Events]

“That’s nothing, I billed 68 hours in one hour once.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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