I (past tense) read law at Kings.
I personally, would ditch the LSE and QM. Going to university in London is a mare at the best of times, and those two don't offer a good trade off in my opinion for experience vs cost-benefit.
Cambridge, UCL, Bristol, Durham, Kings - you're looking at A*AA and an LNAT.
If you want an insurance, then the top drawer alternates like Notts and Soton are still asking for AAA and I think an LNAT for Notts - this isn't much of a back up really. Lancaster might be a grade below that. Anything a tier below that and you could probably get in clearing.
I personaly would pick three from Cambridge, Durham, UCL, Bristol, Kings - and then two from York, Notts, Soton and maybe Warwick or Lancaster. You could roll the dice on Birmingham giving you a lowball offer to firm as they did during covid. But think about what you are trying to achieve. If you just want to read law, then fairs. If it's practise though, then I would honestly try and get into a top uni on a course offering lower grades. You might get into the same unis on a grade lower for history, or two grades lower for joint honours - and then do the whole vac scheme and pro bono stuff from there.