Round-up

Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from this morning and the weekend

Supreme Court plans are an attack on independent judiciary, says Labour [The Guardian]

Supreme Court reforms are “cheap revenge”, Lord Sumption says [The Times]

Law firm apologises for handling of allegations against Charlie Elphicke [The Guardian]

Covid-19: Stop anti-vaccination fake news online with new law says Labour [BBC News]

Covid insurance test case heads to Supreme Court [BBC News]

Who’s running the country? [Joshua Rozenberg]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Meghan Markle’s privacy judge to head Coleen Rooney and Becky Vardy’s explosive libel trial [The Sun]

Trump campaign abandons part of legal challenge to Pennsylvania election results [The Guardian]

Fake Law [The Secret Barrister]

“Yawn. Change the record. Johnson did not ‘lie to the queen.’ Under the law, as it was understood at the time, he acted perfectly lawfully and constitutionally.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Why STEM students make great lawyers 2020 — with Allen & Overy, BPP, Clifford Chance, CMS, Gowling WLG, HSF and Mayer Brown [STEM Future Lawyers]

Virtual student events this week with Simmons & Simmons and TLT on the future of law and the green economy [Legal Cheek]

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