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A terrible warning for Straw, Blunkett etc and Jacqui Smith

From Dawn:

"LAHORE, April 8: Lawyers beat up the former minister for law and parliamentary affairs, Dr Sher Afgan Niazi, at the Fane Road here on Tuesday, ignoring bar leaders’ warnings that their action would jeopardise the drive for the revival of the pre-emergency judiciary....When Dr Niazi was finally brought out, visibly charged lawyers swooped down on him from all directions, thrashing him with fists and kicks....A lawyer took off one of his shoes and lashed at Dr Niazi while others threw eggs and tomatoes at him. When Dr Niazi tried to board the Edhi ambulance, a lawyer seized him by the collar and dragged him into the vehicle, punching him repeatedly".

Perhaps sundry ex Home Secretaries and La Smith should steer clear of the Inner Temple for a bit, lest the robust approach of lawyers from the sub continent is spreading.

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Blogger Blue Eyes said... 1:24 pm

I am more concerned about Mr Balls' handsome visage...  



Anonymous verity said... 1:42 pm

It makes the eyes water with pleasure, does it not? The "former minister for Law and parliamentary affairs", eh? I wonder who his counterpart is in England?  



Blogger Croydonian said... 2:02 pm

BE - With Prescott no longer a contender, someone has to be Labour's combat champion. Although from what I've heard, Straw is more a metaphorical than literal swordsman.

V - I reckoned home secretary was the best historic match, but I cannot keep up with the vandalism this lot do to the offices of state.  



Anonymous verity said... 2:32 pm

Croydonin - Well, just so one of them gets beaten up. It doesn't have to be the correct one du jour.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 2:34 pm

Eeeny, meenie....  



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