Sun 19 July 2009, The Guardian

Judge rocks the boat over raft of hasty laws

By Marcel Berlins
Every mid-July, the lord mayor of London holds a very posh dinner at the Mansion House in honour of the judiciary of England and Wales. On these occasions, it is customary for the lord chief justice to reveal, on behalf of his judges, what really worries him. The lord chancellor replies, urging him not to worry and explaining how wonderful the government has been in matters to do with the administration of justice.
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