05 October, 2006

Immigration Judges.

The case of the immigration judges and the Brazilian slapper rumbles on. The Times reports:

Lord Falconer of Thoroton, the Lord Chancellor, and Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers, the Lord Chief Justice, have decided that there are sufficient grounds to ask the Office for Judicial Complaints to conduct a preliminary investigation into the behaviour of Mohammed Ilyas Khan and another judge, known only as Miss J.
No sign of the Inland Revenue being interested in the judges' tax or national insurance arrangements with their former employee. Perhaps they are too busy illegally chasing people legally importing tobacco and alcohol from Europe.


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