Footballer granted injunction to avoid 'boos and cruel chants' at Premier League games - Telegraph Super-injunctions for paltry reasons, terrorists rights exalted above public safety, a legal system run by lawyers, for lawyers and available only to the very rich or the very poor and a compensation culture underpinned by the worst sort of ambulance-chaser? How can this profession be put back in its box and made to serve society rather than leech off it? I think it's time they were made liable for some of their worst excesses. In 'The Man Who Would Be King' Sean Connery does someone for 'using a good law for a bad purpose'. I wonder if we could have something similar drafted with a view to putting lawyers on the back foot for once.