Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 6 July

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Tony Blair was not “straight with the nation” about his decisions in the run up to the Iraq War, the chairman of the inquiry into the war has said [BBC News]

Lord Chief Justice urges enforceability of EU rulings in UK post-Brexit [The Guardian]

Brexit faces potential court challenge over “technical flaw” in way Article 50 was triggered [The Independent]

EU repeal bill timetable revealed [Twitter]

Supreme Court backs HMRC over Rangers tax avoidance scheme [Financial Times]

Mike Ashley brands himself “fat as a barrell” during £15m High Court legal battle [Evening Standard]

Grenfell lawyer questions role of two experts [Sky News]

EU law blocks Britons “from the truth about UFO sightings” across UK skies [The Express]

Cruz: CNN may have broken law with threat to reveal Reddit user’s identity [The Hill]

Summer events: ‘How to make it as a City lawyer’ takes place this evening in London, followed by ‘Lawyers and the fourth industrial revolution’ next week in Birmingham [Legal Cheek Hub]

“If you think you are an outstanding candidate, then there’s no reason to go for the first offer that comes your way.” [Legal Cheek Comments]