Friday, 14 May 2010

Ken Clarke sworn in as Lord Chancellor

Dressed in full ceremonial robes Kenneth Clarke was welcomed by the country's judiciary today as the latest Lord Chancellor of Great Britain.

In full wig and resplendent in black and gold attire - but without his customary suede shoes - the Secretary of State for Justice was sworn in to an office which has its origins as far back as the Norman Conquest. More……..


James Higham 14 May 2010 at 15:11  

As corrupt as Mandelson.

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