Monday morning round-up

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

Sex offender banned from using AI tools in landmark UK case [The Guardian]

Is crime in the UK really on the rise? The reality in charts [The Times] (£)

Met Police apologises to Stephen Lawrence’s mother after breaking promise [BBC]

Primary teacher sacked after letting nine-year-olds use TikTok [The Times] (£)

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Letby to seek permission for conviction appeal [BBC]

Prince Harry warned he’s ‘not above the law’ as Duke faces US deportation [Express]

TikTok lawyer endorsed by Galloway for mayoral election says he was sent by Allah to fight Zionism [Telegraph] (£)

Barbican residents want Linklaters’ generator moved [BBC]

“If he was a solicitor he would have been struck off for failing to use a clean handkerchief while sneezing!” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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Amy Prime ate my hamster

Nothing in the news about Womble Bond Dickinson’s scandalous advice in the Post Office inquiry? Weird.

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