BNP barrister sparks debate on workplace ethics

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  • How can someone intelligent enough to be a barrister run for a BNP seat? This doesn't do honour to the BNP as much as it brings the barristers' profession into disrepute.

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  • This flies in the face of the stereo-typicalism associated with the BNP's make-up comprising soley of skin-headed hooligans.
    It should really give the government concern, if not a stern wakeup call, when respectable professionals choose this avenue of politics.
    I note that south wales has a chartered engineer running for a seat on behalf of the BNP too.

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  • I'll be reluctant to instruct St Philips from now.

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  • To Appalled Barrister - I couldn't agree with you more. However, even Dr Goebbels had a real doctorate.

    More to the point, have a look at the comments on the previous article about this story. You'd be amazed - nay appalled - at how many closet fascists appear to exist in our ranks.

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  • @A.N.Other
    I think his membership of the BNP rules him out of 'respectable' immediately. Just goes to show that spending a few years at Uni and a couple in the Inns of Court doesn't confer actual respectability, just the veneer.

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