JUSTICE has caught up with Max Clifford. A PR man who became a celebrity in his own right, he believed he was untouchable and above the law.

As the Director of Public Prosecutions, Alison Saunders said: “He has rightly been held to account for his crimes.” But the most important thing arising from the case is that other victims of abuse will now have the confidence to come forward and help put more sex offenders behind bars.

With the lying barrister and part time judge Constance Briscoe also being sent down, Friday May 2 was a good day for the criminal justice system.