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AN ACTION which cited 59 defendants including the Pope, Lord Mackay and the Home Secretary as co-respondents in the “unfair, wrongful and illegal” sacking of a Catholic school headmistress has been dismissed by the High Court. The case, brought by litigant-in-person Frances Warburton Staley, was struck out in the Chancery Division last week by Mr […]

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