Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 21 August

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The morning’s top legal news stories and social media posts


Chilcot has lost control says Blair’s ex law chief: Former Attorney General blames chairman for letting inquiry drag on and attacks “feebleness” at the cross examination of witnesses [Mail Online]

Ashley Madison using copyright law to try to limit attack leak [The Guardian]

Ashley Madison class-action lawsuit launched, 50 people already respond, only one would give his name [The Register]

Pakistan to hang paraplegic convict “from his wheelchair” [The Telegraph]

Glasgow bin lorry: Former prosecutor says driver should have been charged [BBC News]

Murder suspect attacked in court by man he is accused of stabbing in shocking footage [The Mirror]

UK government faces long legal battle after man stripped of citizenship returns [The Guardian]

Oscar Pistorius to remain in jail: will he be convicted of murder? [The Week]

Lawyers and the great innovation success story [LexisNexis Future of Law Blog]

Dispute paralegal required at top tiered law firm in Dubai [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“Agile working keeps office headcount and overheads down. Its all about the £££.” [Legal Cheek Comments]