Wednesday, May 21, 2014

A High Court judge who stepped down after being disciplined for campaigning in favour of marriage said he would have been ‘publicly hanged’ if he had spoken out again.

Sir Paul Coleridge launched a stinging attack against Lord Thomas, the country’s most senior judge, for rebuking him after he repeatedly spoke out about the harm that family breakdowns caused children.

He said the judiciary had been ‘brought into disrepute’ by investigating him for backing a traditional view of marriage.

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