Advice line for judges is not as silly as it sounds – The Times

Posted April 12th, 2007 in judges by sally

“There must be many who read Francis Gibb’s article Advice line is set up for lonely judges in The Times on March 26 and thought it was a case of our “touchy-feely” society reaching new heights, or depths. Certainly the wry editorial in the same edition did not take it too seriously and one can understand why. How could those who are often accused of causing depression and misery to others be worthy of a helping hand themselves?”

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The Times, 12th April 2007