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Supreme Court justice claims £104 for 1.4 mile taxi [The Spectator] (free, but registration required)

The Government’s animal sentience bill makes a mockery of infant rights [The Critic]

University expansion is a failed policy [Prospect Magazine]

Who will hold Cressida Dick to account? [New Statesman] (free, but registration required)

Pointing out the United Kingdom government negotiated and signed the Northern Irish protocol is not enough — those opposed to the government’s post-Brexit approach also need a positive policy [The Law and Policy Blog]

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From a place of purity… [Pink Tape]

A drink at the bar [A Lawyer Writes]

Will Social Media change Ambush Marketing at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games? [The IPKat]

Can law firm IPOs keep junior lawyers interested? [The Law Society Gazette]

Future proofing — are virtual courts here to stay? [Scottish Legal News]

If resigning is not enough… [Legal Futures]

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