Subject: Not quite correct ...
From: Veronica
Date: 4/10/13 1:00 am
To: undisclosed-recipients:;

The office of Lord Chancellor was not 'abolished' ... as I previously said.

There is still the Office, and a Lord Chancellor, but the majority of the Lord Chancellor's duties were transferred elsewhere in 2005.

The Lord Chancellor is a member of the Cabinet and, by law, is responsible for the efficient functioning and independence of the courts. Formerly he was also the presiding officer of the House of Lords, and the head of the judiciary in England and Wales, but the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 transferred these roles to the Lord Speaker and the Lord Chief Justice respectively. The current Lord Chancellor is Chris Grayling, who is also Secretary of State for Justice.
But a duty that WAS NOT TRANSFERRED ELSEWHERE ... was that of 'designating' Court Security Officers ... and we are sure that he hasn't 'designated' any of Mitie's employees ... because they would have provided the proof, by now ... and they haven't done that ... even when Judge Warner told them to.

All Mitie have provided (so far) is a letter containing nothing but unproven assertions.

If they had any proof, I think they would have provided it, by now ... since the situation is so desperate for them.

After all, if their man goes 'down' ... Mitie will 'go down' with him.

As Michael says, this isn't really a "Legal Loophole" ... it's more of a "Loop-sink-hole" ... or maybe a "Plughole"?