Tag: pension

Embarrassment or Dirty Dealing Discovery – the Real Reason for Secret Trials

Cameron, Blair, Brown and Straw – The Real Reason for Secret Trials Embarrassing Smiles Cover Up Secrets and Lies Jack Straw may have been “embarrassed” when he abolished his plans to abolish secret inquests which would have covered up his and Blair’s secret dealings over the euphemistically named extraordinary renditions (a.k.a. kidnappings and torture) that…
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April 10, 2012 1

Small Justice Against Solicitor Jim Beresford

Solicitors James Beresford and Douglas Smith – who took millions from Miners –  lose their appeal Finally, after yet another year of time has passed, the crooked and not very appealing (they called themselves ‘entrepreneurial’)  James Beresford and Douglas Smith, formerly of Doncaster-based Beresfords Solicitors, have had their case against being struck off the solicitors’…
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December 2, 2009 4
Let there be light

Curious Suicide

The Coroner and The Law I’m often struck when reading the papers or news, to see the coroner’s verdict on someone’s death as: Ending his own life “while the balance of his mind was disturbed” Well they have to say something, it’s their job, but the phrase is very peculiar.  It is also very common,…
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November 12, 2009 0

Mandelson: Expenses Morals and Postal Flowers

As MP’s expenses come to the fore again, Peter Mandelson spoke on Radio 4 this morning and did his usual self by not explaining anything and being perfectly unclear about everything!  Listen hear here! Thank god the interviewer cut him off. The question was “Have you got much sympathy with MPs who’ve claimed under one…
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October 12, 2009 0

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