Tag Archives: Judiciary

Comment: How the government’s reforms to legal aid and judicial reviews are disenfranchising the poorest and will destroy confidence in the judiciary

TweetMichael Higgs is a Law student at the University of Sheffield One of the basic tenets of any democratic society is ensuring that all classes have access to the legislature, executive and the judiciary. However, thanks to the government’s reforms to our legal services, some of the most vulnerable in our society face a disenfranchisement […]

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Comment: Unless Charles wants to stand for election, he should keep his views private

Jonathan Orde examines the constitutional implications of the Prince Charles letters farrago.

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Tartan tabbies: Fat-cat Scottish judges seek pay rise

Ed Jacobs covers the astonishing claim by senior Scottish judges that their £170k salary leaves them underpaid.

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