Paul Harris

Paul Harris is a former president of the London Criminal Courts Solicitors Association (LCCSA) and Managing Partner of Edward Fail Bradshaw and Waterson

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He who pays, wins: These cuts will destroy British justice - and that's why lawyers are going on strike

We will not stand by as this Government pillages the legal system

Farmer held after murder

A FARMER was being questioned yesterday after a suspected burglar was shot dead and another seriously injured at his isolated farmhouse.

Theatre group to sell big names

VIRTUALLY ALL of London's most famous theatres, including the Palladium and the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, will change hands in the next few months after the company that owns them was put up for sale.

London's theatres for sale venues

VIRTUALLY ALL London's most famous theatres, including the Palladium and the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, will change hands in the next few months after the company that owns them was put up for sale.

Hay fever relief in short supply

CHEMISTS are running out of hay fever remedies because of record pollens levels.

After 10 years, Druids return to Stonehenge

DRUIDS CELEBRATED the summer Solstice at Stonehenge early today after police ended a four-mile exclusion zone around the sacred stones. For the first time in a decade, worshippers were allowed to assemble at dawn behind a perimeter fence a few yards from the ancient site.

White wine loses to red

RED WINE has overtaken white as the most popular in Britain after sales rose 76.3 per cent in four years. Health experts believe drinkers are turning to red because it can reduce the risk of contracting heart disease.

YOUR HOLIDAY DISASTER

Paul Harris was waiting to have his passport examined on entry to Israel. Just a formality. Or so he thought
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