Shatter's literary precedent
Much hilarity, as you'd expect, in political circles at the re-publication of Alan Shatter's novel Laura, with most attention centring on the excruciatingly awful sex scenes.
But our friends in legal circles are knocking even more amusement out of it, not for the reasons above (lawyers tend not to be that interested in sex) but because the real hero of the book - a dashing young solicitor who specialises in family law...
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