The inference to be drawn from an unambiguous guilty plea was that it represented a free confession and remorse. Despite the fact that the Crown had defaulted on an understanding reached with a defendant prior to guilty pleas being entered, there was no abuse and, in the circumstances, it was not inconsistent with the due administration of justice to allow the pleas to stand.

[2005] EWCA Crim 533

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