Front page of Guardian today and on the BBC Breakfast News. Lawyers and Barristers may strike due to low wages when conducting defence or prosecution of legal aid cases. Are they having a laugh? Low paid lawyers? Is that like a low paid merchant banker? Would a strike really affect anyone except the chavs the courts will be unable to give minimum sentances/ASBOs to? Perhaps if they strike they could call in the Army!!! Like in the ambulance/bin and fire strikes "Your honour, chocolate frog defending Mr Chav. He blatently needs locking up, he did indeed steal the car and burn it after hitting a toddler on the park swings. His defence relys soley on the fact that he was as high as kite on glue at the time. Defence rests" Seriously though low paid? It isn't April 1st is it?