Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Women are to get the right to check a partner’s background under new domestic violence law named after mother murdered by her ex-boyfriend [Mail Online]

Is Prince Philip above the law? [Royal Central]

Buzzfeed’s Trump lawyer report not accurate — Mueller’s office [BBC News]

A leaked report says moving justice online could lead to innocent people pleading guilty [BuzzFeed]

Aldi’s £44,000 a year jobs pay same salary as world’s top law firms [The Mirror]

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Top Flybe shareholder threatens legal challenge over £2 million bid [Sky News]

Mother of alleged Isis killer loses legal fight against Home Office [The Guardian]

A new Supreme Court is poised to take a chunk out of MLK’s legacy [CNN]

Access to justice without leaving home [Law Society Gazette]

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“Prince Philip, the Beyoncé of the Royal Household” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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

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