Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Britain to have “toughest internet laws in world” as Government backs duty of care [The Telegraph]

Let me explain what’s happening with Brexit [Theresa May on Twitter]

US revokes ICC prosecutor’s visa over Afghanistan inquiry [The Guardian]

Abusing women online “should be a hate crime” [The Times]

US judge faces suspension after asking a sexual assault victim if she closed her legs [Refinery29]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

“Why I quit as a barrister to follow my dream job” [BBC]

Concerns rise over safety of vulnerable immigration centre detainees [The Observer]

Chelsea Manning’s lawyers file the “strongest appeal” possible to secure her release on bail [The Canary]

British mother, 55, has her passport confiscated and faces jail in Dubai three years after she branded her ex-husband an “idiot” and his new wife a “horse” on Facebook [Mail Online]

Get your ticket now: The Future of Legal Education and Training Conference 2019 [Legal Cheek Events]

London white-collar crime boutique firm seeks solicitor to join its expanding team [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Is the law firm advertising for an Oxbridge-educated barrister in the hope that he or she can provide guidance on the hyphenation of compound adjectives?” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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