Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

David Cameron warns PM: Breaking the law over Brexit is not a good idea [Sky News]

Supreme court poised to rule against Boris Johnson, say legal experts [The Observer]

Government “will abide by Supreme Court ruling” [BBC News]

If Supreme Court judges stray into politics, they should expect to be scrutinised like politicians [The Telegraph]

UK Supreme Court confirms decision on prorogation of parliament appeals will not happen today [Twitter]

Former Labour minister threatens party with legal action over axeing of student group [Politics Home]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Jihadi Jack’s parents receive £122k in legal aid [The Express]

Brenda Hale, a judge with the human touch [Financial Times]

Indonesia postpones law criminalising sex outside of marriage [Evening Standard]

“Getting a distinction on the GDL will make barely any difference to the strength of your application. Not ‘zero’, but not very much. Doing well on the BCL would make a difference but, again, there is no guarantee you will actually get a place on the BCL.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

LegalEdCon North 2020 [Legal Cheek Events]

BPTC and LPC graduates sought for paid county court advocate roles across England and Wales [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

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