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The Philpott case: at last, a reminder of the reality

by Stephen Tall on April 6, 2013

The debate over the Philpott case has raged all week, but mostly at a tangent to the reality of the case. Thanks to Grace Dent’s stellar column in today’s Independent, I’ve finally read through Mrs Justice Thirlwall’s summing up. It’s concise, shrewd, plain spoken, unsparing: no legalese, just clear sense. It returns this case to […]