Manchester barrister stars in Coronation Street

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  • Let us hope that Gail gets life as well - I cannot abide the sight of her ugly, frog-like face.

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  • she's more of a hamster. an ugly one, mind.

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  • she's not a hamster she's clearly a prairie dog

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  • Mmmmm ! How does someone just pop down to the local magistrates and get an "Interim Residence Order" without the parents knowing about it? That awful grandfather in Coronation Street did just that.

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  • Is this article really worthy of the Lawyer, surely you cannot be running our of material........

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  • I was think a cross between a chipmunk and a hamster

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  • I think that the Tracy Barlow issue is actually quite important; does the fact that she got life represent a lack of undestanding of the issues by the UK legal system? In France prior to the 1970's of course she could have sought to rely on the crime passionnel defence - in US law the same principles might supply her with a valid defence of temporary insanity...
    What is Gail 'up for' by the way, being a diligent law student I haven't watched Corrie for quite some time..

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  • Not sure how Mr Dockery missed the obvious change in the law relating to Bail Applications following a charge of Murder - as a 01.02.10 those charged with Murder have no right to make an application for bail in Mags Court.........let Granada TV have my email address for further accurate criminal law advice.

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  • Setting aside the personal comments regarding the physical features of the actress "Ms Helen Worth"; the character of Gail McIntyre appears to have poor judgement when selecting partners, i,e, Richard Hillman et al!

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  • I see no reason why you shouldn't run this type of story. Some of us find this rather more interesting then the cliquey copy relating to the huge city firms and their grotesque fees, partner poaching and other conduct that would be thought incredible if it appeared on a TV soap!
    As regards the posters who made cruel personal comments on the appearance of the actress who apparently plays the character, perhaps their own appearances are indicative of the reason they stay home and watch TV soaps.

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