According to the Daily Mail, Alexandrou, from Walthamstow in North London, told Central London County Court how he assisted the police and security services by giving over his home for surveillance, as it was immediately opposite the bomb factory being run by al-Qaeda-inspired plotters.
What does CLCC stand for?
CLCC stands for Central London County Court (UK)
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- Clathrin Light Chain B (proteins)
- Clear Lake City Boulevard (Houston, TX)
- Committee of London Clearing Bankers (UK)
- Community Language and Culture Bank (Portland, OR)
- Community Living Campbellford Brighton (Canada)
- Crystal Lake Community Band (Crystal Lake, IL)
- Campaign Life Coalition British Columbia (Langley, British Columbia, Canada)
- Chain of Lakes Community Bible Church (Lake Villa, IL)
- City Labor Club Bridge Club (Australia)
- Central London Congestion Charging Scheme (England, UK)
- Centre de Lutte Contre le Cancer
- Ceramic Leaded Chip Carrier
- Ceramic Leadless Chip Carrier
- Chinese Language and Culture Center (Troy, MI)
- Combined Land Component Command
- Combined Logistics Coordination Center (South Korea and US)
- Combined Logistics Captains Career Course
- Child Labor Cocoa Coordinating Group (US DOL)
- Canada-Libya Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Ottawa, Canada)
- Canadian Lebanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Judge David Mitchell, sitting at Central London County Court, ruled that Gloucestershire Police breached protesters' rights to freedom of expression and freedom of peaceful assembly after hearing 12 test cases brought by campaigners.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission accused him of failing to comply with a Central London County Court judgment ordering the removal of potentially racist clauses from his party's constitution.
A judgment on the legality of the new constitution was expected at Central London County Court today.
It was arranged after the Central London County Court told the BNP to amend its constitution to comply with race relations laws or face legal action by the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
But Central London County Court heard this hadn't been paid and around pounds 24,000 was owed on the rent.
However, the case was adjourned to later in the month after a 30-minute private hearing at the Central London County Court, with District Judge John Taylor demanding Timekeeper to provide further evidence.