A nervous but ultimately sure-footed attorney-general stood up in the Court of Appeal this week to challenge five sentences as “unduly lenient”. Such appeals are one of the regular duties of the government’s chief law officer — and for Jeremy Wright, QC, his first since being appointed in July.

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