Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

UK could be breaking international law over cladding, says UN [The Guardian]

Rolling Stones warn Trump not to use their songs — or face legal action [BBC News]

Why Beijing is rushing to push through Hong Kong security law [Financial Times]

Poland should get less from Covid-19 fund due to rights record, claim EU member states [The Guardian]

Blind student, 22, takes DWP to High Court over thousands denied Universal Credit [The Mirror]

Henderson Chambers has third six pupillage vacancies to start this autumn [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

Secure your place: The UK Virtual Law Fair Series 2020

Coleen Rooney cuddles up to Jay-Z in epic Glastonbury throwbacks with husband Wayne… ahead of court battle with Rebekah Vardy [Mail Online]

93% of criminal barristers said they were against erosion of jury trials in the Crown Court [The Criminal Bar Association]

Mother, 29, launches legal action after police dog ripped her leg open when she was arrested by officers who say she was threatening violence [Mail Online]

Virtual student event: How to become a City lawyer in a post-Covid world [Legal Cheek Events]

“This is one of the things I really respect about firms like this. The quality of their work combined with the comparative modesty of their offices.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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