The wheels of Justice turn slowly indeed

I spent this morning at Cambridge Crown Court to see the sentencing of the guy that burgled us last month. This was a novelty for me as this is the first time I’ve been burgled and the perpetrator was caught. I did see him briefly when his name was called out by the defence counsel …

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It’s not a crime if the Police don’t get involved

We went to our (hopefully) last mortgage meeting yesterday to finalise the application so we can buy a house. The meeting went fairly well although because of my “special” employment status the application now has to go off to the banks underwriting department to ensure they don’t lend out irresponsibly to people who can’t afford …

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