Focus: Lawyers in parliament: The Commons touch

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  • What a bunch of self satisfied, self serving one dimensional t@£ts! No wonder the tories have yet to 'seal the deal' when this is their future. God helps us!

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  • Thanks for the highly constructive comment there Bobby. I can see now why Labour are doing so well.

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  • Interesting mix of legal backgrounds there - also interesting amd refreshing to see the number of lawyers from criminal law and non-Oxbridge backgrounds.

    Joanne Cash does sound a bit insufferable though - I can see now what all the recent fuss was about.

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  • we are told there have been an increase of 3600 laws in the past 11 years surely lawyers have an interest in passing laws simply because it means more money , similar to their obsession for being on inquireys.After all their history does not equate them with public concern, Also should the word we are concerned about not be justice,instead of the
    "The Law" which in some cases the vast majority
    including lawyers know is wrong.

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  • Jake Berry - the wild man of law.

    When we were teenagers he was the very last person any of us would have predicted could have become an MP.

    I await his autobiography or at least the day he comes clean to the press about his wild days!

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