Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 5 May

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

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David Cameron threatened with legal action by Tory MP over pro-EU campaign website [The Telegraph]

Thousands of court cases adjourned due to failures in interpreting services [The Guardian]

Tom Hayes hires Gary McKinnon’s lawyers for new appeal [The Telegraph]

Injunction farce: Now the “family man” actor outed by US publication as having slept with Wayne Rooney prostitute is named all over social media despite gagging order [Mail Online]

Rude baby [Twitter]

EU’s highest court upholds restrictive new law on cigarettes [Reuters UK]

How “flexible” can the UK actually be on EU data protection law? [The Register]

Supreme Court strengthens protection of mentally ill trapped in detention [Justice Gap]

Exchange Chambers has extended its pupillage application deadline to 18 May [Legal Cheek Hub]

“By ‘work from home’, they mean ‘slack off at 2:30 to watch repeats of Murder, She Wrote’, right? If so, count me in.” [Legal Cheek Comments]