… because absolutely everything has to be regulated, doesn’t it?
First kindly look at this pdf – no excerpts this time:
OK, look at page 8 as to whom they’re appointing the Chair. Now, for a start, you can’t appoint someone a Chair – it’s an inanimate object you sit on – but let’s not dwell on that.
It’s Baron Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood. Wiki:
In 2011, Brown gave a concurring judgment in R v Gnango in which he stated that “[t]he general public would be astonished and appalled if in those circumstances the law attached liability for the death only to the gunman who actually fired the fatal shot.” The decision of the Supreme Court and Brown’s judgment in particular were criticised by former Lord Justice of Appeal the Rt Hon. Sir Richard Buxton QC and Dr Jonathan Rogers, Senior Lecturer in Laws at University College London, for tenuous reasoning in an attempt to mollify public opinion.