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David Allen Green
Writer on law and policy. Links to my posts at and elsewhere. Account now locked for most of summer. Also at .
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David Allen Green 20m
When a junior lawyer, I changed my reference initials on letters because of this. But when older, I owned it.
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Jane Furniss 25m
Lady Justice does not wear a blindfold, Judges don't use gavels, lawyers don't bellow 'objection' in our courts. But lots of people don't know these facts as our justice system is not open (enough). Excellent piece
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David Allen Green 23m
I am so well aware of this!
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𝓛𝔂𝓷𝓭𝓼𝓮𝔂𝓚𝓷𝓸𝔁 #stopbrexit 🔶🔶🔶 2h
1/ I couldn’t agree more with DAG on this. I have had two experiences with legal system & protecting my rights in latter years. We could argue, in the first case, against an employer that tried to abuse equal pay, the secrecy, the accusations that “I should tread carefully and
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David Allen Green 10h
Thank you
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Paul Magrath 16h
Attacks on the justice system do not come out of nowhere—it’s time for the UK to fight for openness - in Prospect Magazine.
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David Allen Green 10h
Well, you wrote it!
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David Allen Green 10h
Replying to @TobyWillcocks
Thank you Toby
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Fair Trials 12h
Attacks on the justice system do not come out of nowhere - it’s time for the UK to fight for openness by
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David Allen Green 10h
Thank you James
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David Allen Green 10h
If you have two accounts, you can mute yourself. I did that on and it was deeply satisfying to mut this DAG account...
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David Allen Green 22h
Why the lack of openness in our legal system is creating a long-term problem Hungary/Poland-type attacks on the judiciary do not come from nowhere By me, at
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Robert Harris 18h
The welcome news that Alan Turing is to be on the £50 banknote reminded me of a memorable visit I paid to his ex-fiancé and fellow code-breaker, Joan Murray, in November 1993, when I was researching my novel, Enigma. She was not a bit like Keira Knightley
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Bex L Coates 22h
They’ve gone with Turing!
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David Allen Green 22h
Why the lack of openness in our legal system is creating a long-term problem Hungary/Poland-type attacks on the judiciary do not come from nowhere By me, at
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Nasri Atallah Jul 13
The first person to exit a Whatsapp group is an absolute hero. The best of us.
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David Allen Green Jul 14
And this morning, the magic has gone, and the bickering about Brexit starts afresh But what an awesome interlude
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David Allen Green Jul 14
Replying to @TinaFotherby
No. So no need for good wishes, but thank you.
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David Allen Green Jul 14
Glance at Twitter to see the great British public banging each other over the heads with cricket bats and tennis racquets in a spirited battle over which is the better sport, Brexit completely forgotten. Oh wonderful day.
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Mike Stuchbery💀🍷 Jul 14
Happy Bastille Day! *Stares hard in the direction of everything*
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