Our world is all the richer for the deep vein of satire that the MoJ’s fumblings have inspired.
My Dearest Tommy,
May I first apologise for the frequency of my correspondence? I know now that it was how often that I felt moved to write to Richard Madeley that led to the injunction. I do appreciate how a mountain of correspondence can become tiresome in itself. I hope that the photos of me enjoying the sunshine whilst shopping in Tescos that I sent you on Snapchat have added some moments of levity to your day in these times of austerity.
However I could not let recent events pass without comment. You will, of course, recall what you said last week about litigants in person,
“There have always been a significant number of people representing themselves in court – they did in around half of all child custody cases last year – and we provide information and guidance to help them. Evidence shows that cases where people represent themselves…
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