Morning round-up: Monday 11 September

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Tony Blair urges all pro-EU MPs to defy leaders and start arguing to halt Brexit [The Independent]

Noel Edmonds says litigation funder will bankroll his £300m battle with Lloyds [The Guardian]

NHS slams big pharma in High Court row over drug pricing powers [The Telegraph]

Madeleine McCann’s parents make final appeal to European court in battle to silence Portuguese ex-police chief’s “lies” [Mail Online]

Child survivor of Isis suicide bomb in court battle to join family [The Observer]

Michael Seifert, Left-wing lawyer — obituary [The Telegraph]

Maroune Fellaini to take legal action over “false” tabloid story [Squawka]

Imagine a general election [Jack of Kent]

The Gold Chain of the Lord Chief Justice [Sir Henry Brooke’s Blog]

“Can you hear me?” Survey highlights video-link failures [Law Society Gazette]

Not Amused: “Family Justice in the UK suffers from the fact that it has become a wholly alien and wholly unaccountable echo chamber” [Legal Cheek Comments]

BPTC & LPC graduates sought for County Court Advocate roles: Immediate start [Legal Cheek Hub]

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Anonymous

Amusing choice of paragraph order in the Squawka article:

“.”Fellaini was not involved in United’s 2-2 draw away to Stoke City at the weekend, with manager Jose Mourinho stating that the Belgium international has a calf injury.

However, Fellaini has dismissed those suggestions

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