Morning round-up: Thursday 26 September

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Who owns the moon? Time to call in the “space lawyers” [The Telegraph]

Chris Grayling: “I want to see our Supreme Court supreme again” [The Spectator]

Why Grayling’s wrong: Conservatives should support Human Rights Act and ECHR [Standpoint]

The judges’ annual church service is expensive and inappropriate [The Guardian]

Topshop ordered to pay Rihanna’s £1m legal bill after it sold T-shirts using ‘unflattering’ image of popstar [Mail Online]

Solicitor’s practice manager admits £40,000 mortgage fraud [BBC News]

Revealed: LSB legal director opposed approval of QASA [Legal Futures]

Lord Sugar’s bid to recover legal costs from Apprentice’s Stella English fails [The Guardian]