Monday morning round-up

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

Lawyers take lord chancellor to high court over legal aid fees [The Guardian]

Saudi Arabia lures British lawyers with paid-for private school fees [The Telegraph]

No more luxuries: how life as a British judge in Hong Kong is changing [The Times] (£)

Rishi Sunak says he is not opposed to assisted dying [The Guardian]

‘Insane’ pay rises for junior London lawyers raise concerns over culture [Financial Times]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Apple set to be first Big Tech group to face charges under EU digital law [Financial Times] (£)

Asylum seekers could claim false imprisonment – solicitor [BBC News]

ICC must be allowed to carry out work ‘without intimidation’, say 93 member states [The Guardian]

Driver of police car who hit cow removed from duty [BBC]

“Netflix, Bring It On”: Fiona Harvey’s Lawyer on How He Can Win the ‘Baby Reindeer’ Battle [The Hollywood Reporter]

“I recognise the NQ market for a lateral is in turmoil, however I still think the increases in salaries at top level will trickle down…” [Legal Cheek comments]

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