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  • There are bound to be teething problems, but let's remember that the Commercial Court was mostly sitting in dismal broom cupboards in the dilapidated embarrassment that was St Dunstan's House, rather than the larger Victorian courtrooms in the RCJ. Finally, London has a "business courts" complex that shows international commercial parties that UK plc takes dispute resolution seriously.

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  • Re the first comment - yes, sure, but with all the people who have been involved in consultation on this, was enough attention given to how all this would look to the press and the outside world? Thinking about such things has never been a strength of the civil service or, for that matter, judges.

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