The Honourable Mr Justice MacDuff at Stafford Crown Court has said:
It is unfortunate that justice in this case has been so delayed.
The Defendant pleaded guilty at the first opportunity.
This was a fire within a building. What was reported was a single pallet fire. The first obvious step was to try and put the fire out provided it could be safely done.
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