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The status of a judge's employment must rest upon the method of remuneration, surely. I am sure judges work for nothing! Who pays their generous pensions? I surmise that judges are public servants because they offer a 'public service', therefore it is reasonable to suppose it is the tax payer who foots the bill, and are they paid any differently than our other public servants such as the police who are engaged in similar matters. Unless someone tells a different tale the I surmise that the Court of Appeal is wrong. Just as our friend John Timbrell, I am not anonymous.
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