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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Brexit: Campaigner Gina Miller threatens no deal court battle [BBC News]

Whistleblowers to take legal action against Labour Party [Sky News]

Legal advice centres in England and Wales halved since 2013-14 [The Guardian]

The Ministry Of Justice marked down one of its analysts because she called out problems with its sex offender programme [BuzzFeed News]

Privatised court workers revealed as Tory cuts lead to explosion in agency staff [The Mirror]

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I was a grizzled, senior lawyer. Now I teach history in south London [Schools Week]

Knife crime: NHS and councils to have legal duty to prevent knife crime [BBC News]

Fraudsters try to cash in on the good name of British law firms [The Telegraph]

“Law is becoming the only industry where employers think it is acceptable to list maximum salary inclusive of bonus, and not base salaries. No other industry does it, don’t let them get away with it.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

New SQE platform seeks LPC lecturers and course designers [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

Event: Secrets to Success Nottingham — with Browne Jacobson, Freeths, Gateley, Shoosmiths and ULaw [Legal Cheek Events]

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