The specifics of the case warrant all the critical scrutiny they’re receiving, but we must not lose sight of the bigger picture.
Posts Tagged: Judiciary
Ultimately, Begum is a distraction. The main issue is not terrorists’ brides, but terrorists themselves. Where are they?
The Home Secretary is afloat on a sargasso sea of returning jihadis, human rights laws, bewildering intelligence, gaps in the law – and a shrieking media.
Law enforcement has been misused to target political opponents. We must be wary to ensure the UK does not become complicit.
Law and Justice’s agenda is being wildly misunderstood – or misrepresented – by its critics and enjoys the strong support of the voters.
Andrew Mitchell: The Home Office’s Immigration Removal Centres are a dystopian stain on our democracy
Thirty thousand people a year are imprisoned in awful conditions, without any release date, and with no trial or judicial oversight.
WATCH: Prime Minister – “As of today, these considerations point to an implementation period of around two years.”
The Prime Minister spells out the likely length that she desires for the period between Britain formally leaving the the EU and doing so in full effect.
David Goodhart and Richard Norrie: Indiscriminate on discrimation. Two recent reports that must not lead Ministers astray.
David Lammy and the Social Mobility Commission both made a big splash on the basis of weak evidence and flawed assumptions.
Lady Hale offers ministers a double-edged sword when she suggests that they play a role in senior appointments to the bench.
Gunnar Beck and Richard Ekins: The Government is right to reject indefinite ECJ jurisdiction after Brexit
The European Court of Justice has always played fast and loose with the law to drive forward EU integration.
Also: Unionists accuse Sinn Fein of ‘ploy’ over talks; prominent Cybernat arrested; Ulster court throws out gay marriage case; and more.
David Lidington: Mutual recognition of UK and EU courts would show that both sides are putting citizens first
After we leave the EU, there will still be cross-border disputes that individuals and businesses need to settle.
The modern state is intended to restrain those who seek a monopoly on power. Such people naturally resent it when that system works.
Some of the criticisms of Sir Martin Moore-Bick have gone much too far, and seem to be attempts to make political points in the wake of a terrible tragedy.
Calling Conservatives: New public appointments announced. Chair of the Regulatory Policy Committee – and more
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