The Chancery Inn- Start with an homage to chancery of the highest order happening in a court room only down the road from this quays pub. The Legal Eagle- Where loopholes are exploited and cash is hidden. The Exchequer-Where you’re legally obliged to hand over money to the exchequer as everyone else does. Nobody gets a free ride. The Brew Dock- If you’re in the dock you might as well have a brew in your hand. The Confession Box- When you’ve spilled your guts protected by client privilege, why not do the same with your local clergyman! Bankers- Sure it’s all their fault any way!
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