Dear House of Commons,
Private Bar Guilds - Barrister's no longer required take an Oath of Office
Please provide the date under the FOIA when the Private Bar Guilds came into existence and no longer required barristers to take an Oath of Office ?
Miss L Jones
Dear Miss Jones,
Freedom of Information request F16-460
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