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11 April 2011

I’ve not been arrested. I’m not corresponding from a cold damp rent-free cell. Nor do I have a couple of pots of Fortnum & Mason’s jam – sorry, conserve – in my larder plundered from the famous store, sadly. The reason for all these circumstances is that I was unable to join the thousands marching through the streets of London a couple of weekends ago in protest to the government’s swingeing cuts (I was too busy contributing to the Big Society elsewhere that day). Had I been able to march, I would have joined the hordes gathered outside the RCJ and Sounding Off For Justice.

If you’re not familiar with the Sound Off campaign, let me fill you in. The campaign is aiming to gather widespread support to make it known to the government that cuts to legal aid are not welcome and must not be effected. Supporters are invited to sign the petition, write to their MPs and ‘sound off’ in a short audio or video recording that will be interwoven in an audio-visual tapestry...

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