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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Of course Starmer is boring. That’s a good thing [Prospect] (£)

The strange omission in the Conservative manifesto: why is there no commitment to repeal the Human Rights Act? [The Law and Policy Blog]

Why Britain must leave the ECHR [Spiked]

Moral courage: Chief justice stands up for judicial independence [A Lawyer Writes]

The Future of Cryptocurrency Regulation: Lessons from SEC v Coinbase [Oxford Business Law Blog]

Why are students steered towards duff A-levels? [The Spectator] (free, but registration required)

Is Rachel Reeves hiding her real tax plans? [The New Statesman] (free, but registration required)

The football world’s war on free speech [The Critic]

Sixteen years for stealing a flower pot: the film about the IPP jail sentence ‘designed to bury you alive’ [The Guardian]

Bans on fossil fuel advertising are coming – and sport should not be exempt [The Conversation]

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