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astragal Arb-itrary moves?

Not content with Ian Salisbury's deeply serious gripe last week that the ARB transgressed human rights legislation in the way it conducted a case against Ingrid Morris last week, Morris' other representative, one Stephen Fairburn from Ian Healy and Co, has now chimed in on another serious matter. The ARB, he claims, was actually in contravention of the Woolfe reforms as well. This, he says, is because the board did not set out the case in sufficient detail beforehand for the defendant ...

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