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  • optimus prime optimus prime Jan 31, 2007 04:45 Flag

    wobodoike... You need help!!!!

    No such thing as a d-notice; since 1993 it's a da-notice to protect the nation and it's got teeth. Disobey it & you could get up to life imprisonment for treason:
    http://www.dnotice.org.uk/standing_da_notices.htm

    Under the Constitutional Reform Act 2005, the Lord Chief Justice has some 400 statutory duties. His key responsibilities include:

    Representing the views of the judiciary of England and Wales to Parliament and Government.
    The welfare, training and guidance of the judiciary in England and Wales within resources made available by the Lord Chancellor. The Lord Chief Justice discusses with Government the provision of resources for the judiciary.
    The deployment of judges and allocation of work in courts in England and Wales.
    http://www.judiciary.gov.uk/about_judiciary/roles_types_jurisdiction/lord_chief_justice/index.htm

    Have a nice day.