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Sometimes things get lost in the rush – especially if they’re hushed up.
So Patrick Rock, the former aide of David Cameron who had to resign after being arrested and charged with possessing imagery of children being abused, appeared before a judge at Southwark Crown Court on October 16.
This Blog warned last month that the case would fade into obscurity again unless somebody attended that court on the day and was able to publicise the date to which it was adjourned.
Obviously This Writer could not attend as Southwark is a very long way from Mid Wales.
Does anybody know what happened?
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