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“But smoking control advocates such as Lindblom say tobacco taxes should be even higher.”
“Mr Justice Lindblom is due to hand down judgment in the high court at 2pm on Wednesday following a five-day hearing before Christmas to determine the fate of Occupy London's tented camp in St Paul's Cathedral churchyard.”
“But the camp was permitted to remain in situ over Christmas when Lindblom said the fact that the hearing had taken so long meant he felt he needed more time "to reflect on my decision".”
“David Forsdick, counsel for the corporation, had pressed Lindblom for an immediate judgment.”
“Lance Lindblom , the chief executive of the Nathan Cummings Foundation, is leading the shareholder group making the compensation proposal this year.”
“The pay issue is even more important when $550 million of shareholder money is used to settle a fraud investigation, said Lance Lindblom, CEO of the Nathan Cummings Foundation.”
“The freedoms and rights of others, the interests of public health and public safety, the prevention of disorder and crime and the need to protect the environment of this part of the City of London all demand the remedy which the court's orders will bring," Mr. Lindblom told a packed hearing room Wednesday at the Royal Courts of Justice.”
“Mr. Lindblom rejected the protestors' immediate applications for permission to appeal.”
“High Court Judge Keith Lindblom granted orders allowing the local government authority, known as the City of London Corp., to evict the protesters.”
“No one has doubted, or could, the significance of the causes the defendants promote," Mr. Lindblom added.”
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