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


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.

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