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10 February 2012 - Drawing the Line
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Publish-date-icon February 9, 2012
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Last show of the series, folks.

This week Ben and Kirstin talk to Alured Darlington of Hanwell Chambers about a potentially epic consequence of the new drugs sentencing guidelines.

A surprisingly restrictive decision of the Court of Protection catches Kirstin's attention.

The refusal to grant Alan Turing a posthumous pardon irks Ben.

Lap dancing clubs get a little legislative whiplash.

MPs call for the introduction of a law to match a Scottish law that was based upon an English law that came about because of a failed English law.  Did you follow that?  Seriously.  That's what's happening.

All that and Ben does a Homer Simpson impression.  

Don't forget to contact us before we hit series 4 on 30 March 2012!  

That's all she wrote!

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