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Court of Appeal adjournment on permission

This case is an important case because it relates to someone being excluded from the legal process.

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David Gregory said…
Hi!

I'm the Science Correspondent for the BBC in Birmingham and I'm working on the Politics Show at the moment. We're looking to do something on blogging and wondered if you would be able to take part?

Can you email me david dot gregory at bbc dot co dot uk to discuss this further?

Many thanks
David Gregory
Science Correspondent

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