Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

The internet law that could be central to a US-UK trade deal [The Telegraph]

Mask law: Police block passengers without face-coverings while others risk £100 fines by flouting new Covid rules in force on the Tubes, trains and buses in England today [Mail Online]

Nazir Afzal joins legal fight for new inquiry into Dominic Cummings [The Guardian]

Labour would back new law to protect war memorials with 10-year jail terms for vandals, says shadow home secretary [Politics Home]

Ten-year jail sentences for desecrating war memorials [The Telegraph]

Grenfell Tower: Survivors say “nothing has changed” [BBC News]

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Top City lawyer is caught on Zoom saying financier Amanda Staveley is “obviously lying” in her High Court battle with Barclays over £7billion deal [Mail Online]

Brescia take legal action against Mario Balotelli and Mino Raiola over coronavirus testing claims [Sky Sports]

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