Round-up

Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Michael Gove sparks outrage as he suggests Government may ignore law blocking no-deal Brexit [iNews]

U-turn over plan to end freedom of movement on 31 October [The Guardian]

Fracking protesters “priced out” of Cuadrilla legal challenge [The Guardian]

Rape victims at mercy of ‘postcode lottery’ over justice, figures show [The Independent]

Human Rights Commission cases restricted by budget cuts [BBC News]

Pub faces legal action after using Greggs’ sausage roll in their ‘Dirty Thoughts of Cheryl Cole’ burger [The Sun]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Fury as convicted wife-beater allowed to keep top lawyer job [Daily Record]

Man considering legal action after Starbucks employee labels drink ‘Isis’ [The Guardian]

Top law firm criticised for “chaining employees to desk” with 24-hour concierge service [The Telegraph]

“You know … it was her case which has made no deal inevitable.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

BPTC & LPC graduates — LPC Law wants you! Become a County Court Advocate and gain unique exposure to Civil Advocacy [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

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

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Anonymous

The judge should certainly have put a price cap on the fracking JR, and £85k seems very steep for potential costs, but it must be said that FoE could afford the costs if they wanted to.

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