The anti-Global Law Summit movement is ratcheting up - as shown by this piece in the Guardian and shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan's announcement that he won't attend (see tweet) - and there are good arguments to be made against it. But this has been in the planning for a long time now and any serious campaign should have started ages ago if it was going to make a real difference.

Let's face it - justice campaigners saying they're going to boycott it isn't going to make that much of a difference because they weren't really invited anyway!

Rumours abound that the tickets (top price £1,750 for three days) are being offered at very big discounts, and it wouldn't be a surprise if it wasn't sold out. Given the amount of sponsorship on board already, I don't see how these prices are remotely justifiable.