I've been asked to put together a consortium of unpaid UK lawyers who might fancy telling Minister Howells (in the nicest possible way) what to do with the bill.
I remember a guy at Broadstairs one year (about 10 year ago) who sang a song about the effects of fibre in fruit and bananas, the chorus of which was rhythmic simulated flatulence (that bit to the "tune" of the chorus of "the laughing policeman") - and I was told he was known as "the silly solicitor".
Can anyone help me trace him?
Does anyone else know any other folking (or otherwise acoustically sort of musical) lawyers?
Richard McD. Bridge