ET fees: Supreme Court dumps on Clarke, Cable & Grayling

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😱⚠️ Ken Clarke, Vince Cable & Chris Grayling. SAD! ⚠️😱

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@wonkypolicywonk is a policy minion who has been lucky enough to work at Maternity Action, Working Families, Citizens Advice, the National Audit Office, the Law Society, and Amnesty International UK. He currently bangs his head on a desk in Parliament.
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One Response to ET fees: Supreme Court dumps on Clarke, Cable & Grayling

  1. James Lawson says:

    The executive waited until the final day’s sitting of Parliament on 20th July to β€˜dump the trash’ of dozens of controversial reports and official documents they knew no-one would be around to criticise during the long Summer Break. It is nice to know that the Judiciary β€˜returned the serve’ on 26th July by issuing a jaw-breaking judgment they knew that no-one would be around to neutralise with a knee-jerk legislative response!

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