‘Easy’ threat to £5 curry house – BBC News

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in news, trade names by sally

“A new Indian restaurant may have to take on an international business in the High Court to keep its name.”

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BBC News, 22nd July 2008

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Daily Cause List, 23rd July 2008

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in news by sally

Wednesday 23rd July 2008

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Please note only the current day’s cause list will be accessible

New witness rules introduced to protect trials – The Times

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in anonymity, news, witnesses by sally

“Tighter rules on when witnesses can claim anonymity in court were issued yesterday to ensure that trials are not undermined because defendants do not know the identity of witnesses.”

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The Times, 22nd July 2008

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Criminal justice reforms a ‘significant contributor’ to prison overcrowding, say MPs – The Guardian

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in news, prisons by sally

“Prison reform has been hastily implemented, underfunded and has left record numbers behind bars, MPs said in a scathing report published today.”

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The Guardian, 22nd July 2008

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Family living next to golf course compensated after ball bombardment – Daily Telegraph

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in news by sally

“A family living next to a golf course are to receive thousands of pounds in compensation after their garden was bombarded with balls.”

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Daily Telegraph, 21st July 2008

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Council puts freeze on ice-cream jingles – The Times

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in news, noise by sally

“Ice-cream vans have been ordered to silence their jingles after four seconds because they are considered to be noise pollution.”

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The Times, 22nd July 2008

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Times wins ruling over secrecy of family court – The Times

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in anonymity, child abduction, family courts, news by sally

“Details of private family court proceedings that led to a mother fleeing the country with her son after he was placed in foster care have been disclosed after legal action by The Times.”

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The Times, 22nd July 2008

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Judge breached restraining order against ex-wife and her boyfriend – Daily Telegraph

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in harassment, judges, news, restraining orders, sentencing by sally

“A judge has been sentenced to 50 hours community service after he admitted breaching a restraining order imposed following a campaign of harassment against his ex-wife and her boyfriend.”

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Daily Telegraph, 21st July 2008

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Police: New pressure on Blair at tube killing inquest – The Guardian

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in firearms, inquests, news, police by sally

“Scotland Yard officers are preparing to publicly blame each other for the mistakes that led to the death of Jean Charles de Menezes at Stockwell tube station, senior sources have told the Guardian.”

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The Guardian, 22nd July 2008

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Inmates ‘sleeping in toilet area’ – BBC News

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in news, prisons by sally

“Some prisoners are living and sleeping in toilets because of jail overcrowding, a report says.”

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BBC News, 22nd July 2008

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Landowners ‘deserve compensation over right-to-roam rules’ – Daily Telegraph

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in compensation, news, rights of way by sally

“Owners affected by the route of the coastal path around England should be paid if they can prove they will suffer financial loss as a result, says a new report.”

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Daily Telegraph, 22nd July 2008

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Ruling could wipe out tens of thousands of criminal records – The Times

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in criminal records, news by sally

“Tens of thousands of criminal records could be deleted after a landmark ruling that police were breaking rules on the holding of personal details.”

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The Times, 22nd July 2008

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‘Bored’ teenager escapes jail over deadly hoax 999 call – Daily Telegraph

“Ian Paterson, 17, called the fire brigade on June 29 because he was ‘bored’, and reported a fake warehouse fire ‘for a laugh’.”

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Daily Telegraph, 22nd July 2008

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Minister names judge to lead Basra death inquiry – The Guardian

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in armed forces, inquiries, Iraq, news, torture by sally

“A public inquiry into the death in British custody of Baha Mousa, a Basra hotel receptonist, must include other instances of abuse and what guidance was given to members of Britain’s armed forces before they were deployed to Iraq, defence lawyers and opposition MPs said yesterday.”

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The Guardian, 22nd July 2008

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Doctor murder accused ‘snapped’ – BBC News

Posted July 22nd, 2008 in murder, news, trials by sally

“A law student accused of killing the doctor acting as his guardian ‘snapped’ because of exam pressure, a jury heard.”

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BBC News, 21st July 2008

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‘Stressed’ paramedic wins damages – BBC News

Posted July 21st, 2008 in damages, news, paramedics, post-traumatic stress disorder by sally

“A paramedic who suffered post traumatic stress disorder after he was sent alone to attend to a collapsed drug addict has won a claim for damages.”

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BBC News, 21st July 2008

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Arab newspaper issues high court apology for ‘wholly untrue’ reports – The Guardian

Posted July 21st, 2008 in defamation, news by sally

“A UK-based Arabic newspaper has apologised to the prime minister of the Gulf state of Qatar after it admitted printing three ‘wholly untrue’ articles about him secretly visiting Israel.”

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The Guardian, 21st July 2008

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Teenager jailed over punch death – BBC News

Posted July 21st, 2008 in homicide, news, sentencing by sally

“A teenager has been jailed after killing a student outside a takeaway in Dorset with a single punch.”

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BBC News, 21st July 2008

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Airport in High Court challenge – BBC News

Posted July 21st, 2008 in airports, news by sally

“Coventry Airport has taken its fight to build a new passenger terminal to the High Court.”

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BBC News, 21st July 208

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Police car mechanic awarded damages after testing emergency sirens made him deaf – Daily Telegraph

Posted July 21st, 2008 in damages, news, noise, personal injuries by sally

“A police car mechanic has been awarded more than £16,000 in damages after testing emergency sirens made him deaf.”

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Daily Telegraph, 21st July 2008

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