Monday morning round-up

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

Huw Edwards would face ‘big obstacle’ in suing Sun, says Cliff Richard lawyer [The Guardian]

The Post Office: time drags on and the scandal gets bigger and bigger [The Times] (£)

Our legal system is a bastion of Britain but it needs reform and yes, even AI [City A.M.]

Scheme to stop people being quizzed by abuser in court failing, lawyers say [The Guardian]

Trailblazing hijab-wearing barrister launches global women’s rights organisation [Independent]

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Rebekah Vardy ‘faces court date over Wagatha Christie trademark’ following ‘complaint from a linen company’ [Mail Online]

Carlisle solicitor’s concern over falling duty lawyer numbers [BBC News]

Sex abuse survivors rage as inquiry judge pockets £2m while victims awarded £10k [Daily Record]

Ireland: Strike! Bar Council calls on criminal barristers to withdraw services [Scottish Legal News]

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