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Barrister sues police after he was arrested, handcuffed and locked at the back of a squad automotive for refusing to interrupt Covid guidelines for a voluntary interview [Mail Online]

Corporations think about writing Hong Kong out of authorized contracts [Financial Times]

Lawyer says EU’s place in vaccines row is ‘legally unsustainable’ [Metro]

Stansted 15 have convictions quashed as decide guidelines ‘there was no case to reply’ [The Telegraph]

Donald Trump’s impeachment defence in disarray as lead legal professionals stop [The Guardian]

NHS drops distant assessments to part sufferers after courtroom ruling [iNews]

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US legislation agency Simpson Thacher plans EU workplace after Brexit disruption [Financial Times]

Randy lawyer caught on Zoom stripping bare and having intercourse throughout courtroom listening to [The Sun]

‘Catfish’ conman who tricked ladies into intercourse whereas posing as barrister and surgeon is jailed for 3 years [Evening Standard]

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