Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Coronavirus: Police could arrest people refusing quarantine in new emergency law [The Mirror]

A thread on human rights and the Coronavirus [Twitter]

Premier League could face legal action from relegated clubs if they decide to end the season as it stands as “they would be in breach of their own rules” [Mail Online]

Boots makes legal history after police let thief go [The Times]

Thousands of families who sought help for their kids with special needs are now trapped in a torturous legal process [BuzzFeed]

CPS failed to tell inspectors of internal review revealing rape case failings [The Guardian]

Ealing rape victim’s family donate £10,000 to legal claim against CPS [The Guardian]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Mother to seek judicial review over decision to keep schools open [ITV News]

David Davis wants to change the law to stop people being hit with historic tax demands [BuzzFeed]

UK litigation funders boost assets to £1.9bn [City A.M.]

US Democrat impeachment lawyer tests positive for coronavirus [Reuters]

Mills & Reeve seeks Legal Technologies Advisor [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

“The capitalist world nears its end. The stock exchanges will fall and masses of paralegals will take the power.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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