High Court judge Kuldip Singh QC accused of jumping red light tries to have case thrown out because it is "unfair and oppressive"

High Court judge accused of jumping red light tries to have case thrown out because it is 'unfair and oppressive' Kuldip Singh QC, 58, clocked doing 64mph in 30mph zone and jumping red light in his C-Class MercedesCase has already been listed seven times and had four hearingsSingh said the prosecution is 'oppressive' and should be dropped | UPDATED: 17:47 GMT, 6 December 2012 Accused: Kildup Singh, QC, was clocked going through a red light at speed 1.4 seconds after it had changed to stop A High Court judge accused of jumping a red light at more than double the speed limit is battling to have his case thrown out claiming it is 'oppressive'. Kuldip Singh QC, 58, was clocked racing through a central London junction at 64mph in his 3.2 litre C-Class Mercedes Benz a full 1.4 seconds after the light had turned red

Police ignore yobs and drug pushers to swoop on OAP for playing Perry Como too loud

Police ignore yobs and drug pushers in troubled neighbourhood to swoop on OAP for playing Perry Como too loud People who complained about 71-year-old woman's music were reportedly among thugs who rule the street – and who make the woman's life a miseryMember of one of local 'problem families' was seen smirking as police forced 'shocked' elderly lady to turn down her Perry Como music | UPDATED: 07:44 GMT, 30 November 2012 Police swooped on a 71-year-old woman who was playing her Perry Como, pictured, records too loud In a neighbourhood plagued by open drug dealing and general yobbery, the police had a wealth of potential targets. They could have started by rounding up the pushers said to use ten-year-olds as drug couriers