Jeremy Clarke-Williams, senior principal lawyer, Slater & Gordon

The Smugday Times

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  • Note that the Sunday Times also had lawyers who - apparently - backed the paper and, presumably, did not see anything illegal. I have, for a number of years, felt that a change in the law demanding that lawyers who know that their clients have committed an offence, are charged as accomplices in such matters. Of all the groups of people in the world to employ the word smug, lawyers are the very last who should.

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  • "full access to a justice system that can put things right" yeah, so long as you are a multi-millionaire like Peter Cruddas!

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