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The Children Act by Ian McEwan (Jonathan Cape)

“London. Trinity term one week old. Implacable June weather. Fiona Maye, a High Court Judge, at home on Sunday evening.”

The BBC used to be very good at this kind of drama, a little unassuming well grounded plot that turns into a moral inferno. 165 more words

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Official oppression charges dropped against Burke, Guedry

The official oppression charges against two Beaumont police officers — David Todd Burke and James Cody Guedry — stemming from a 2007 altercation with Derrick Newman were dismissed at the end of last year, Jefferson County Assistant Criminal District Attorney Pat Knauth confirmed on Wednesday. 441 more words

Law & Courts

Some Say I'm Brilliant, I Just Want To Be Happy

LOOKS NOTHING LIKE THIS NOW, JUST WANTED TO SEE AN IDYLLIC SHOT OF THE OPEN ROAD.

Well, I had a great day today.  I didn’t start the day off with a swim, which perhaps could have made it better, but I did get up on time and had a chance to speak on the phone with my very cool reporter friend who works for the St.Albert Gazette, my home town newspaper.   807 more words

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#4 Perth's Old Court House

The old court house in the middle of Stirling Gardens in Perth is the city’s oldest surviving public building. It was built in 1836 and as well as a law court it was a place of worship, a school, a concert hall and the site of public meetings. 48 more words

History

I Am At A Loss For Words - Almost!

I have written before about the stupidity of British and European Justice, but this just about takes my breath away, and it will yours too. 311 more words

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