Round-up

Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

UK can cancel Brexit, says EU court [BBC News]

Legal aid advice network “decimated” by funding cuts [BBC News]

Expand “commonhold” ownership system, government urged [The Guardian]

Gilets jaunes in court over violent protests [The Guardian]

One-eyed police killer gets £310k in legal aid [Daily Express]

Lawyer, 30, abused by stepdad who got her pregnant aged 14 sues school for failing to “keep her safe” [The Sun]

Universal Credit mum in High Court fight after benefit leaves her £8.98 for a month [The Mirror]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Judge to oversee latest stage of Boris Becker divorce proceedings [ITV News]

This data shows that Remainers are overwhelmingly winning the Brexit war on social media [BuzzFeed]

The Grenfell Tower inquiry: ‘You want to believe they know what they’re doing’ [The Observer]

What does climate change have to do with human rights? [Greenpeace]

Airlines accused of breaking law with “no show” booking clauses [The Independent]

Student sought for paid part-time law events administrator role [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“Dominic Raab is so hot. How do I get a training contract at Linklaters?” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Student event: How law firms adapt to change — with Travers Smith [Legal Cheek Events]

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