Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Boris Johnson’s pals convinced Supreme Court hasn’t got time to block Brexit [The Sun]

Former UK parliament adviser warns legal loophole could lead to no-deal Brexit [Politico]

Shackles and restraints used on hundreds of deportees from UK [The Guardian]

The Crown Prosecution Service will receive an extra £85m over the next two years, to help deal with a rise in violent crime in England and Wales [BBC News]

Begum lawyer says legal ploy could stop her return to Britain [The Observer]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Harvey Proctor could be left bankrupt by Scotland Yard in legal battle over false claims by paedophile fantasist [The Telegraph]

Paul Hollywood’s ex claims she is going to take legal action against the Great British Bake Off star [Evening Standard]

Allegations about Prince Andrew made in US legal case [Sky News]

Epstein is gone, but justice must still be served [The Atlantic]

Facebook faces legal fight over facial recognition [BBC News]

Student event: Technology and emerging markets — with Clifford Chance [Legal Cheek Events]

“Stay at KPMG. Chances are they’ll own the firm you’ll be joining in 5 years time.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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