Are all these accounts of ALS failure being sent to our MPs? It is no use just passing them around among ourselves. Parliamentary action can only come about if all our MPs are made aware of them, and they ask questions. One should, urgently, send an e-mail or letter to him/her as soon as a case is discovered, even if it has been in the press or a Judge/Magistrate has complained. Court staff, being civil servants, can only do what the MoJ tells them and put up with the consequences.