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Tory MPs rebuked over letter to judge in Charlie Elphicke references case

Private secretary to lord chief justice says it was ‘improper’ to seek to influence decisionThe head of the judiciary has admonished six Tory parliame

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Private secretary to lord chief justice says it was ‘improper’ to seek to influence decision

The head of the judiciary has admonished six Tory parliamentarians for seeking to influence a judge overseeing a hearing this week on whether references written in support of the former MP Charlie Elphicke can be made public.

The six wrote last week to senior judges, copying in the judge who will oversee the hearing on Wednesday, expressing concern that “matters of principle” should first be considered by senior members of the judiciary and by parliament.

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