Archive for November 2nd, 2013

“One of Britain’s leading civil rights barristers’ chambers, which led inquiries into the deaths of Stephen Lawrence and Princess Diana and the Hillsborough disaster, is closing due to Government cuts to legal aid.

Tooks Chambers, whose leading barrister Michael Mansfield QC was in court yesterday representing the family of police shooting victim Mark Duggan, said its dissolution was “a direct result of government policies on legal aid”. Its lawyers also said Justice Secretary Chris Grayling’s policies were “cumulatively devastating the provision of legal services and threatening the rule of law”….

The Independent

So, Lord Chancellor…everything going to Plan A or Plan B… or Plan C…?  Do you actually have a plan?

Perhaps you might fancy a change and be Archbishop of Canterbury?  “Real demons to cast out” action there…

Sorry…. but I just could not resist digging this old “Charon After A Glass” pic up again….

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