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Autumn to Spring 2015-16 at Bradford Crown Court UK by Helen Gavaghan
This is the first "Donkey Riding" column from Science, People & Politics

1st May, 2016 Their new electronic system was preoccupying the legal profession in Bradford when I returned to Court reporting after a winter catching up with my other work. Judges seemed proud to have learned new phrases, such as whether fields on their computer screens were populated, populating, would populate automatically, or would ever populate. Counsel assured judges they had uploaded papers. The recorder of Bradford was most courteous as he apologized for keeping Counsel waiting as he typed in whatever it was he had to type in to the new system.

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Helen Gavaghan, journalist, science writer, editor and publisher of Science, People & Politics 10th June, 2016


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