To improve efficiency the report recommended its replacement with a nationally administered court and the Courts Act 1971 incorporated most of the recommendations.As a result, a higher criminal court known as the Crown Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature replaced the assizes and quarter sessions in 1972.More than 100 people have responded to an appeal by the daughter of a woman murdered in a Swansea sex shop 20 years for help to find the killer.
Her body was found in a pool of blood and she had been doused in petrol.
Ms Grace, now 34, said: "I'm hoping Crimewatch will help because it's now been 20 years and I'd like whoever did it to not be walking around having his life.
"By making a Crimewatch appeal I am hoping that there is information out there which hasn't as yet been brought to our attention.
"I would appeal to anyone who knows anything to come forward.
Her daughter Elizabeth Grace, who was 14 at the time, asked for help on the BBC's Crimewatch on Wednesday.
Brothers Paul and Wayne Darvell were wrongly convicted of the murder and set free in 1992.Of particular note were the concert of 12 June 1998 at Cardiff Castle and the concert of 31 July 1999 at the Morfa Stadium in Swansea, the latter shortly before the stadium was demolished.Both concerts were filmed live and released on VHS and DVD. "Raw Sex for Breakfast" at Sound Space Studios in Cardiff, on which Cable sang lead vocals. He had been the temporary drummer for hard rock band Stone Gods, which was formed by former members of The Darkness, filling in for Ed Graham during 2008 who had left the band for health reasons.Cable claims that it was differences between Rogers and Kelly Jones' partner Becka (Rebecca Walters) at the time which violently came to a head publicly at a restaurant in Paris, eventually leading to his dismissal after he made a sarcastic joke about the incident the following day.Cable was outspoken about child safety and backed a campaign named 'Stuart's Campaign', established following the death of Cowbridge schoolboy Stuart Cunningham-Jones, who died aboard a school bus.The band later changed their name to Stereophonics in 1996.