Married City lawyer accused of sexually assaulting barrister outside train station ‘has charges dropped’

Our thanks to Stuart for some good news – here. However, we can be confident that the only reason the CPS have dropped the charges – a rare move, in the case of men alleged of sexual offences against women – is that the chance of conviction was close to zero, and there would have been demands for the (married) female QC to be charged with making a false allegation. In the meantime the (married) man’s details have been all over the mainstream media, while you’ll have to do a Google search to discover the alleged identity of the woman who cynically threw him under a bus to save her career. She will enjoy anonymity for life. In a fair world, her identity would be revealed by the mainstream media.

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