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How Nextdoor became the new Neighbourhood Watch [Spectator] (free, but registration required)

Turning students into weapons: The control of free speech at universities is a first step on a path towards totalitarianism [The Critic]

Does Lord Digby Jones’ accent criticism merit new legislation? [Legal Cheek]

Will post-pandemic culture finally stop us working while we’re sick? [NewStatesman] (free, but registration required)

Employment tribunals catch up. But why have they had to wait so long for judicial independence? [A Lawyer Writes]

Secure your place: The September 2021 UK Virtual Law Fair

Making the Grass Greener on the (Court)Side: The Move Towards Green Litigation [According To A Law Student]

Four hundred years after the civil wars, Parliament is being asked to give power back to the Crown [The Law and Policy Blog]

‘More foghorn than dogwhistle’: Johnson gets tough on crime [The Justice Gap]

The perils of unmuting during a video hearing [The Law Society Gazette]

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