Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Ubiquitous

The Times today carries two articles (here and here) on the Marco Pierre White case. I'm not sure why they are running these articles some two and a half months after the event, or why there are two articles not just one. I am also not entirely sure of the point of the articles, as they seem to add nothing to what we already knew. However, I shall not complain, as both articles include contributions from my excellent fellow family law blogger, the ubiquitous Marilyn Stowe.

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