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Even though I was a lawyer, I was committing a crime by loving my partner

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here My work was going well, I knew I warranted stepping onto the lowest rung of the judicial ladder by being appointed an assistant Recorder.

However, I was summoned to see the then Lord Chancellor’s officials to be told that Lord Chancellor Baron Hailsham would never appoint me, a gay man, to sit as a judge at any level.

I left the meeting crestfallen, but I was cheered by the indication that although I was apparently unsuitable to sit as a judge I could still be considered for Silk.

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