Mon 9 July 2007, The Guardian

When is an oath of office just meaningless words?

By Marcel Berlins
Marcel Berlins: I have heard and read many 'oaths of office' in which the new kid on the legal block solemnly swears to do this and that but never, until last week, have I encountered an oath in which the oath-taker promises to be a good fundraiser.
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