[DeHavilland (press release) (subscription)] - The Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (Mr Kenneth Clarke): On 12 January the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Metropolitan Police Service issued a joint statement on the outcome of two investigations into members of the
[Telegraph.co.uk] - He was giving evidence to the parliamentary Joint Committee on Privacy and Injunctions, along with Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke, who added that he did not see an easy alternative being to “go away and start legislating”.
[The Guardian (blog)] pm: Kenneth Clarke, the justice secretary, and Jeremy Hunt, the culture secretary, give evidence to the joint committee on privacy and injunctions. At 3.15pm Dominic Grieve, the attorney general, gives evidence pm: Michael Gove, the education
[The Guardian] - These questions haunt me because Kenneth Clarke, the secretary of state for justice, the man who set up the commission last spring to investigate a new bill of rights – no doubt with half an eye on the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta in – is also
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - CASTLE open: Canons bottom pond, Alan Clarke 9-12, Stuart Cheetham 8-1, Nick Antonacci TOWCESTER: Huckerby's, Graham Martin 8lb, Wayne Robinson 5-7, George Cooke WINDMILL: Waterloo Farm, Alan Aird a 1-8 crucian. No one else caught!
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - CASTLE/Irthlingborough: Heyford cut, Jeff Rice perch to 1-8 for 8-12, John Lewis 2-8, Alan Clarke KETTERING: Pilton Nene backwater, Roger Scot 4-6, Rob Eyles 4-1, Brian Garrett NENE: Heyford cut, Bob Eyles 3-3, Paul Ramsden 2-13