Without Prejudice | 9 November 2011

Law blogger Charon QC talks to Carl Gardner about Attorney-General Dominic Grieve’s recent speech on Human Rights, the Assange judgment, Ken Clarke’s new sentencing proposals and the Brodie Clark v Home Secretary spat – in particular the relevance of Parliamentary Privilege. Plus legal aid cuts.

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