David Worsfold.

Now we really know the Lord Chancellor is serious about reforming our
legal system. With just three months notice, he is sweeping away
generations of legal jargon - one of the most impenetrable barriers to the
common man understanding how the law works.

The proposals published by the Lord Chancellor at the end of January will
see all the old Latin terminology and strangely named maxims replaced by
genuine plain English. Even common terms will disappear - writ and
plaintiff will be known as claim

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