Monthly Archives: April 2014

Fifteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor

Fifteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor,

Secretary of State for Justice,

Mr Chris Grayling,

25th April 2014,

Dear Lord Chancellor,

I read your article published in The Daily Telegraph on 20th April 2014 when you glowingly stated “We are lucky and privileged that we have one of the finest legal systems in the world.” Well, it is true that you inherited one. Let’s have a look at what the coalition Government has done with it. Continue reading

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Fourteenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor

Fourteenth letter to the Lord Chancellor,

Secretary of State for Justice,

Mr Chris Grayling,

14th April 2014

Dear Lord Chancellor,

I too am pleased that our friend and ally Nigel Evans MP has been acquitted of those sex charges, but it is awkward that he is angry at the injustice of having to pay his own £130,000 legal fees. Of course it’s an injustice that an innocent man can be acquitted and lose his entire life savings in the process. What are you supposed to do about it? You’re only the Secretary of State for Justice.
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