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- reading tweets on mediation from @LifeInCustody who appears to be at a conference with an improbable hashtag 1 day ago
- RT @frabcus: Blog post by me: How an App lets you do just one thing easily, whereas a Tool liberates you to do whatever you need http://t.c… 1 day ago
- RT @JoshuaRozenberg: BBC's Law in Action to cover legal aid next month. Currently looking for people affected by recent changes. Contact: h… 1 day ago
- RT @LondonNewsman: Currently at a meeting of the Criminal Law Solicitors' Association, where they couldn't be more vehemently damning the l… 2 days ago
- RT @Familoo: More views on #legalaid - haven't seen a single article in support of proposals! m.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/… 3 days ago
- RT @INFORRM: Table of Media Law Cases, new addition wp.me/PMDHB-Do McAlpine v Bercow (No.2), Lord McA succeeds, tweet bears defamat… 11 hours ago
- BBC News>> Have civil legal aid cuts changed your life?: bbc.in/14Gtp3Q #medialaw 12 hours ago
- RT @JackofKent: High Court has also held that #Bercow tweet had that defamatory meaning both in its natural and, alternatively, 'innuendo' … 13 hours ago
- RT @JackofKent: Next tweet will be result of High Court preliminary ruling on whether #Bercow tweet was defamatory at law of #McAlpine. 13 hours ago
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