Saturday 26 February 1994
Mr Peter Shaw, to be joint district judge for the districts of the Luton, Bedford, Hitchin and St Albans county courts, and in the district registry of the High Courts at Luton and Bedford.
Mr David Griffiths Morris, to be a circuit judge on the Wales and Chester Circuit.
The Hon Dame Brenda Hale, to be Master of the Bench of Gray's Inn.
Miss Margaret Langley, to be joint district judge for the district of Central London County Court.
Miss Penny Cushing, to be a district judge of the Principal Registry of the Family Division.
Mr JT Masefield, to be British High Commissioner to the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
And why are 'southern' ways of speaking spreading north?
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