January 11th, 2013

H-Day

████████████ No.10 news grid ██████████████████ Chris Huhne ████████████████ Monday morning.

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175 Comments

  1. 1
    What a plonker says:

    Good.

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    • 18
      PM says:

      HANG HIM!

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      • 52
        I Remember You Hoo says:

        At a North Sea wind farm preferably.

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        • 84
          V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

          Will this wriggling scumbag escape justice?

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          • once a huhne always a c'unt says:

            probably

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          • Airey Belvoir says:

            Huhne will benefit from the very finest justice that money can buy.

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          • Economic Terrorists says:

            One of the many who sit in the Palace of Westminster who have used their position of Power to mislead, deflect the Truth until they dont know what the Truth is…. How could they be anything less in their proffession mixing with the likes of Sir Jimmy Saville. All the Chickens coming home to Roost, as the market punishes the West’s Prolific Ponzi scheme developed in the 80’s Reagan economics carried through the 90’s Put on Steroids by Bliar as he bloated the Public sector. Eye watering renumeration packages for the Public Sector.. All coming to a Sticky end.. Only trouble they are taking the real economy with Them.

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            I’d be happy with thirty days inside, on porridge, for perjury.

            Get it done Chris H, come clean – it is good for the soul, give it a good cleanout.

            Could be a book advance in it for you?

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        • 175
          chris smith says:

          that is a wind farm thats being built and run with susidies feed in tariffs so high the foreign manufacturers and operators are laughing their socks off at how incompetant out politicians are !

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    • 22
      Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

      More red tape!

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    • 89
      Hi Ya says:

      Did Ed Balls invent the karate move known as the Blood Orange?

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      • 94
        STuN says:

        No that was Peter Hain

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        • 104
          Lemmiwinks says:

          I thought it was Stephen Milligan.

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          • Canada Dry says:

            Stephen Milligans death wasn’t the straitforward perv case it was supposed to be.
            Guy was most likely murdered.Do a google with Milligan and Fashanu

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            SM gave a bad name to wardrobes – but MFI did give out a bag of oranges though on each sale of a flatpack wardrobe, I heard, in a marketing move.

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        • 106
          Hi Ya says:

          I thought my three year old was an opera fan until I found his colelction of Cambodian Communist revolutionary propaganda posters

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    • 113
      Fish says:

      Oooh goody! Another missing words round.

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      • 123
        Dirk Advocaat says:

        Monday Southwark Crown Court 3

        “For Mention” whatever this means. I assume its for another postponement.

        Clam yourselves

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        • 172
          Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

          No need for you to worry Chris. All is squared with the Grand Master – and we are all confident of a ‘not enough evidence’ result. Boaz.

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    • 169
      Anonymous says:

      Whitewash at the ready

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  2. 2
    Tom says:

    So in other words, the case will be heard next Monday morning?

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    • 15
      Hamish Macbeth (@PCMacbeth) says:

      Guilty plea and writing his ex-misses out of it ?

      Would be the honourable thing to do

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    • 44
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      Or not. For aught we know from what Guido’s showing, three days from now, Chris could be playing forward in a Rugby League match. Although, for a politician, you’d figure hooker was more appropriate.

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      • 54
        None of the above says:

        Give him some credit where its due he managed a ‘conversion’ with that bint

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        • 56
          Tay King-dePisse says:

          Well, nice try on his part anyway.
          And they’ve been moving the goalposts for his trial date for way too long.

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      • 148
        Mr Quelch says:

        Although I’m strictly a Rugby Union man ( better class of chaps to share your communal after match bath , what what) I would be willing to change codes for just this match to see him carried from the field on a stretcher, preferably deeply unconscious, after I had “spear tackled” him the first time he got hold of the ball . I would accept the Red Card and whatever ban may ensue with total equanimity.
        This man , and I use that word reluctantly, is an absolute cad and a bounder.

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  3. 3
    The savant10.4 highway patrol says:

    Can. We forgeft the. Big brother redactions and print the lo of it ….

    Who are you fbrifhtened o. … Leveson??

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  4. 4
    Dilligaff says:

    Pointless running these cockteasers. Either print what you know or stay stumm until you can state some empirical fact.

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  5. 5
    genghiz the kahn says:

    David Cameron, Nick Clegg laughing as Chris Huhne runs out of excuses to stop him facing a Crown Court Trial on Monday Morning?

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  6. 6
    Campaigning journo says:

    I think Guido is making the point that we’re not allowed to report any empirical facts, Diliguff.

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    • 11
      Dilligaff says:

      Several times daily it would seem.We got the point the first time. I thought he’d got a new spellchecker which automatically redacted when he was in orthographic error.

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      • 17
        Dilligaff says:

        And whatever happened to the Guido argument that being based in Ireland, UK law didn’t pertain? Or has that crumbled like Huhne’s defence?

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  7. 8
    The public have a right to know says:

    Why aren’t we allowed to know what Huhne, Pryce and Constant Brisket got up to?

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  8. 9
    Owen Jones' mum says:

    I must remember to tell our Owen to keep a box of tissues in his bedroom. This duvet cover is so stiff I can hardly get it into the washing machine.

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  9. 12
    nicks griffin says:

    whuhne?

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  10. 13
    W S Gilbert says:

    Or assume that the witnesses summoned in force
    In Exchequer, Queen’s Bench, Common Pleas, or Divorce,
    Have perjured themselves as a matter of course

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  11. 16
    Judge Monkey Spanker says:

    Now this guy is a pleb.

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  12. 19
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Amazed how many lazy/ignorant folk have access to computers.

    All you have to do is Google ” Price of a pint of milk” and Google brings up

    ” did you mean…when is Huhnes case to be heared”

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  13. 20
    BrianSJ says:

    Nice to live in a free country where justice can be seen to be done. Anybody know one I could move to?

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  14. 24
    The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

    Ooh, that may clash with our compilation celebrating his greatest moments in politics and life we were going to run that night. Oh well, guess we can just bury it and let ITV run the truth a few weeks later…

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  15. 25

    It does not matter how many times I attempt this, the result is always the same:

    Chris Huhne is almost universally known as a ████.

    I suppose it is a family blog.

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    • 130
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Hi SC – have been watching all the redacted huhne stuff and wanted to run this past you:

      If as we know with the clear evidence in the case which came into the public domain by Ms P’S own hand there is a guilty verdict …

      What are the “HUGE implications” – and I DO MEAN “HUGE IMPLICATIONS” for the state / the libdumbs / and the CC AGW myth makers?

      The only ‘logical reason’ as far as I can see; for the secret hearings and press blackout – is because of the seriousness of the ministerial position Hunnhie did eventually land. His lies [I openly call them lies] about CLimatic Change etc are manifest …

      Thus the whole bubble really ought to burst – but what of the not so great and good who have all been selling the People – nothing but lies?

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      • 140

        Whatever I say, I don’t wish to create a hostage to fortune over Contempt of Court proceedings so I will keep to general terms.

        Criminal proceedings are not my immediate forté so that is also an inhibition.

        What we can discuss is what the court has stated in its notices which is that an Order has been brought under Contempt of Court Act 1981.

        We know that it has been previously widely reported that there is a charge of perverting the course of justice under the Contempt of Court Act 1981. That has been adjourned until January 14 for legal reasons.

        One hears from tweets from a BBC reporter at the court that this current hearing posted on the court notices is a pre-trial hearing. He was unable to comment any further.

        We know that one defendant is a member of parliament who was formerly a minister of the Crown. I am unable to see how his conduct in such a role might impact upon these particular prior circumstances – but that is irrelevant. The judge presiding in this case will make various decisions regarding its conduct. That is within English law as it currently stands.

        I cannot usefully add to this.

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  16. 28
    skorpian de rooftrouser says:

    Mind you that photo makes him look like a pissed of moggie

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  17. 33
    HuhneWatcher says:

    But anyone would have known certain facts if they had managed to get to the last line of his Wiki entry:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huhne

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  18. 34
    Simon says:

    Would it be possible to put a bit of black, OK, quite a large amount of black, over the photo too please?

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    • 47
      Chris Bryant says:

      I would also like a bit of black

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    • 135
      Blowing Whistles says:

      All young children should be protected from him (huh!une) he is now exposed as a liar who has concealed his own criminal activity. Remember this man has visited many schools and spoken to children telling them numerous deceptions and lies about climate change.

      plus see comment to SC above.

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  19. 35
    GEORGE OSBORNE says:

    Lying Eyes !

    Note to the Welsh twat who recently discovered Youtube!

    When posting a video clip please try to find one remotely resembling the subject matter

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  20. 41
    GEORGE OSBORNE says:

    After he gets banned . Huhne can borrow Mitchell’s bike to go to parliament on
    as the Pleb no longer has a use for it

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  21. 48
    The Westminster Club - You Couldn't Make It Up says:

    Will no one rid us of these lying cheating huhnes.

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  22. 49
    CARINA STILL TRIMING EM says:

    After he gets banned . Huhne can borrow Mitchell’s bike to go to parliament on
    as the Pleb no longer has a use for it

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  23. 50
    CARINA STILL TRIMING EM says:

    My husband , my dildo

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    • 147
      Crackwatcher says:

      Was Nick Clegg the little Dutch boy who put his finger in a dyke or was it Chris Huhne? I get confused.

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  24. 59
    Peter Mandleson says:

    This isn’t what I’d do

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  25. 60
    Owen Jones says:

    The “Nasty Party” are out of control now.

    Swingeing cuts to fire service across London: 12 stations and 520 firefighters jobs to be lost in bid to save £45m http://bit.ly/WJbKSa

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  26. 63
    Jon Snow says:

    I’ve got a bus pass, just in case there is someone in the UK that doesn’t already know.

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  27. 64
    Owen Jones says:

    3,455 job cuts announced in last 3 days (Jessops, CSC & Honda) By this time next week the Tories will brand these people feckless scroungers.

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    • 69
      Affordable Minarets says:

      Bless them the little tykes

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      • 107
        skorpian de rooftrouser says:

        Should they have got a goverment grant as thet showed initiative in travelling to the land of the clogs?

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    • 91
      Casual Observer says:

      Couldn’t care less about the victim or perps, trash.

      But – transporting a firearm from the Netherlands to the UK ?

      Is it that easy to do these days ?

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      • 126
        Cicero says:

        Seems to have been easier for them to do it, with nefarious intent, than for Sgt Danny Nightingale – who did it accidentally and had the whole weight of the state brought down on him.

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    • 141
      inside- out says:

      Should of been longer!

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  29. 77
    Kill Bill says:

    Tarantino gave C4’s Krishnan Guru-Murthy a mauling last night. Poor old Murthy just doesn’t get why Tarantino wouldn’t answer some of his questions.
    Well Murthy, it’s because you are a shit stirring ignorant loud mouthed leftie.

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    • 97
      Mister Pink says:

      Yeah but Tarantino showed himself up for what he is – a petulant, childish little c unt.

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    • 99
      tarantino torrent says:

      oversensitive about a valid subject matter … but he does have a film out

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    • 116
      uncle tom says:

      Been following this saga since earlier articles were announced concerning the theme of the film.
      It would appear Tarantino has stepped on a few black toes who will accept the Hunte-Kinte fact fiction story behind “Roots” but not this new direction. He has been in arguments with every black celebrity and their dog who are trying to promote themselves holding onto his shirtales.
      When considering how boring westerns were before Sergio Leoni brought spaghetti westerns to the screen I look forward to Tarantino’s Bajan chow offering.

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    • 137
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Tarantino – showed himself up with his ‘unwillingness’ to address the issue of ‘murderous bloodied killing films’ which do incite others to go on rampages.

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      • 151

        A propos of nothing at all the AGW brigade is a huge con.

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        • 158
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Ahh – that old global warming myth.

          Now wasn’t one Mr CHUneMP (CHUMP pun intended) the first coalition minister at the DECC – espousing the total bollox originally espoused by al Goremonger?

          In Dec 2010 – At Poole in Dorsetshire England Chump was ‘handed’ a copy of Al Gorey’s – Nobel peace prize acceptance speech lecture booklet. Chump accepted the copy and was asked to read it in light of the email expose out of cambridge. Chump took the copy and was days later reported to have flown over to the US [big carbon footprint] for a break with his new person.

          Not one reply has been recieved from the Chump or anyone in his then offices at the DECC – why the “silence” Mr Chump?

          Who were the most duped cheerleaders for CC in the UK 2009 / 2010
          Ed Miliband (Labour)
          Zac Goldsmith (Tory)
          Chris Huhne (Lib Dems)

          Political pygmies & puppets anyone?

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  30. 77
    old SHEP says:

    Judge SILENT BOB in charge of proceedings?.

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        old SHEP says:

        And what is your considered opinion on this case of abuse of office, using privilege and £££’s to pervert the course of justice… members of the Jury?… blankety, blank, blankety blank!, blankety, blank!

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  31. 85
    DAVE (Triple Dip) Cameron says:

    I am proud and honoured to go down in history as the First British prime minister to preside over a Triple Dip Recession and maybe with the help of my team we can achive a quadruple dip recession before the end of my single term in office

    Toodle Pip (orf to celebrate )

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    • 102
      Eddie Boys Bandwagon Tour says:

      stop it keith you’re not funny and its still not working

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    • 129
      Gordon "Worst Recession in 70 years" Brown says:

      I am proud and honoured to go down in history as the First British prime minister to preside over a Trillion Pound national debt and maybe the next Labour PM will push it towards £2trillion in his single term in office.

      Och aye the noo (off to sulk in Fife)

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  32. 92
    Anonymous says:

    http://www.thelawpages.com/court-hearings-lists/Reading-Crown-Court.php

    I wonder what

    ******
    ******
    ******
    ******

    could be referring to?

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  33. 100
    Shocked of Sheen says:

    I don’t understand the redactions, this just now courtesy of Wikipedia:
    On 5 October 2012, the trial was adjourned until 14 January 2013 for “legal reasons” which were not disclosed.

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  34. 108
    How much is this costing? says:

    The Crown Court

    at Southwark

    Daily List for Monday 14 January 2013 at English Grounds, off Battlebridge Lane

    ——————————————————————————–

    Court 3

    For Mention
    T20127076 HUHNE Christopher

    PRYCE Vasiliki

    Order made under Contempt of Court Act 1981

    http://www.courtserve.net/courtlists/current/crown/sthwk_T130114.01.htm

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    • 157
      DAVE (Triple Dip) Cameron says:

      Written in 2000 ! We have let shed loads of our foreign criminal in since then
      infact just about every low life on the globe will be here by 2015 !
      Enjoy !
      Toodle Pip

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  36. 124
    Anonymous says:

    A riot is brewing. This government is truly a citadel for the bollocks and imbeciles. It was them and their incompetence who agreed with all the cuts, VAT increase, Train, tube fares, bus, commodities etc now they have the audacity to demand an increase? Since our government officials doesn’t have any morals then lets pretend to be in a civilised country and society.

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    • 132
      Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

      Whereas Labour merely doubled the rate of income tax for the lowest-paid workers, dumbed-down the education system so a generation of youth are now pretty much unemployable (except perhaps as casual labourers) and then, piece de resistance, the Labour Party flooded the country with immigrants who have grabbed all the casual labouring jobs.

      But, yeah, let’s blame the present government for the almighty fucking mess left behind by the last one.

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  37. 128
    Anonymous says:

    eyes are the doorway to the soul. chris huhne’s eyes are sorrowful.

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  38. 134
    Jo Moore says:

    Sounds like Monday could be a good day to bury bad news…

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  39. 139
    HuhneWatcher says:

    It looks like it’s all over but the redactions mean there’s something outstanding…Something…suspended from a few months back? (nudge, nudge)

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  40. 142
    rebekah says:

    Wll cleggie says he needs huhne back at the top table of politics because he’s a libdem big beast!

    Poor old libdems – if huhne is one of their major characters they’re in pretty dire straits!!

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  41. 146
    Shocked of Sheen says:

    The Crown Court

    at Southwark

    Daily List for Monday 14 January 2013 at English Grounds, off Battlebridge Lane

    ——————————————————————————–

    Court 3

    For Mention
    T20127076 HUHNE Christopher

    PRYCE Vasiliki

    Order made under Contempt of Court Act 1981

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  42. 161
    Reap what you Sow my Country says:

    He’s going inside for a “short holiday”, I can see it.

    But bad timing for Chris H, what with this Savile affair, and the establishment wobbling with it? Hard cheese Chris. If only you came clean earlier…

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  43. 166
    Anonymous says:

    “For Mention” in court usually means the briefs having a private chat with a judge. So the “trial” probably won’t be starting. More likely it will be delayed further. Do any lawyers out there have more insight into this terminology?

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    • 171
      anonymouse says:

      “Cases listed for mention in court are usually to fix a date for trial or agree outstanding issues.”

      I would have thought this case had been mentioned enough.

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  44. 168
    IDON'LIKEPILLOW BITETERS says:

    is it possible that loony toon Huhne had a passenger in the car, a Mr Nick Cleg ?

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