“The Guardian once described Lord ‘call me Tom’ Bingham as ‘the radical who is leading a new English revolution’. That would not necessarily be your impression on meeting the gentlemanly, old-school 76-year-old who, when I arrive at his tall-ceilinged, book-lined, art-filled mansion flat in Notting Hill, west London, immediately makes me coffee, served in a silver pot. If this is revolution, it will not be instant.”
The Guardian, 8th February 2010
“Fresh questions have been raised about how Lord Goldsmith, the former attorney general, came to back the use of military force in Iraq after one of the UK’s leading legal experts highlighted apparent contradictions in his testimonies before two official inquiries.”
The Observer, 7th February 2010
“Today I am talking to Carl Gardner, a former government lawyer in Tony Blair’s administration and author of the Head of Legal blog, about the legality of the War in Iraq.”
Charon QC, 27th January 2010
“Charon QC” is the blogging pseudonym of Mike Semple Piggot, editor of insitelaw newswire.