What – with The Attorney-General, the DPP and sundry other QCs and senior lawyers exercising their rights under The Freedom of Fornication Act (nicked from Private Eye – could not resist it) to have ‘have it away days'; we have now got the surreal and, frankly, absurd situation of a Court of Appeal judge being charged with flashing at women on a train on two separate occasions – a charge which he denied when first questioned about this some months ago. Guardian [The BBC story mysteriously disappeared from their website last night - cannot be connected with being gagged below, of course]
The Attorney-General, rather than gag over his breakfast as he reads about his extra-curricular activities being reported in the Sunday tabloids, has now gagged the BBC to stop them reporting a story about the cash for honours business. It seems that prosecutions may be on the way. Guardian
Nearly Legal has found an extraordinary statement by Law Society President Fiona Woolf – worthy of Matt Muttley.
“Thought Leadership”: I quote from Nearly Legal’s blog… and repeat his comment – you will have to visit his blog for the rest of his excellent commentary on this! And here is Fiona Woolf:
“And so, given its ever-increasing importance, the Law Society has taken the bold decision to enter, for the first time, the territory of thought leadership – to facilitate a better understanding the issues around staff retention and job satisfaction by exploring factors that help to meet the needs of not just fee earners but their supervisors and employers too. “
and here is Nearly Legal – Excellent stuff : “Dear God in Heaven. What did the poor long-suffering English language do to deserve this? And who can we shoot to stop it happening again? “
Read the rest…
You just have to read his analysis and interpretation. I say no more… It made my Rioja taste even better. Well picked up, if I may say, so NL!