What do you think about the scrapping of the Lord Chancellor

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Well if keeping the judiciary independant of political control is not a good valu....
i think youd agree theres more than one way of keeping the judiciary independent... and that some ways are better than others
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i think youd agree theres more than one way of keeping the judiciary independent... and that some ways are better than others
If I could trust Tony blair, the matter might be different
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If I could trust Tony blair, the matter might be different
well, if it was a tory prime minister id trust him/her
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well, if it was a tory prime minister id trust him/her
Edders look at the last page btw......
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