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Briony Clarke was sworn in as a deputy district judge after 16 years at Essex firm Taylor Haldane Barlex LLP (THB).
The 31-year-old took her judicial oaths this week, the day before International Women’s Day, in front of Chelmsford Crown Court resident judge Charles Gratwicke.
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The clogged roads were only part of the problem It was irritating, no doubt, but a short term issue.
They enjoyed the rare chance for peace and quiet and a fume-free environment which led them to ask - somewhat speculatively - for the road to be closed for good.
Fresh calls could be made as Colchester Council’s latest figures for air pollution show emissions are still above the maximum recommended level.
’Tis Spring indeed and round my way, since we don’t have many hilly brakes, it’s the riverside footpaths and the marshland tracks which bring in the ramblers.
Essex reporter Will Lodge is here to bring you all the latest news from Colchester, Manningtree, Harwich, Clacton, Braintree and Witham.