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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

We cannot have a criminal Prime Minister [New Statesman] (free, but registration required)

Boris Johnson’s Triple-Whammy of Unlawfulness [The Law and Policy Blog]

Why are criminal barristers taking part in an ‘unnecessary and irresponsible strike’? [The Secret Barrister]

Anna Soubry: I wholeheartedly support barrister strikes, I warned Chris Grayling about cuts years ago [iNews]

Reforming the constitution. But are Raab and Braverman willing to reform their own posts? [A Lawyer Writes]

Did the Colston trial go wrong? [Policy Exchange]

Dear Legal Profession – letter from a solicitor apprentice [The Law Society]

Is banning conversion therapy legal? [The Critic]

Matthews case was a futile and expensive mistake [Law Society Gazette]

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