1 . on the request for disclosure of attorney general, Lord Goldsmith advice in several cases / defence of necessity etc, previously discussed in:

Trial of Fairford Five will put pressure on Goldsmith

Clare Dyer, legal correspondent. Saturday February 28, 2004. The Guardian

http://politics.guardian.co.uk/iraq/story/0,12956,1158257,00.html

The attorney general, Lord Goldsmith, will come under new pressure to disclose his full advice on the legality of the Iraq war in the run-up to a five-day hearing by a high court judge in April.

Five peace activists charged with criminal damage at RAF Fairford are pleading – like Katharine Gun, the former GCHQ translator whose prosecution under the Official Secrets Act for leaking a memo was thrown out last week – that they acted to prevent an illegal war.

Previously on my blog at:

http://tash_lodge.blogspot.com/2004_02_29_tash_lodge_archive.html#107801900999501857

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