Well done, Your Aviating Honour.
Life will be different for Tudor from now on, as he will have to take the judges' vows of silence. It can sometimes be a bit lonely on the Bench, apart from working with brother judges, because everything he says and does will be subject to scrutiny by the Press in particular. The CAA will probably be glad to be rid of a thorn in their side though, because he habitually made mincemeat of their prosecutions.
I shall resist the temptation to say anything about motoring offences, since he will only see a few of the very worst, other than on appeal from the lower court.
Good luck HHJ Tudor Wyn Owen, and I wish you well in dispensing justice to the rough folk who live in and around Snaresbrook.