The former Attorney-General also touches on Johnson and the £350 million – “a subject best parked” – and a definitive treatise on nymphomania.
Lady Hale offers ministers a double-edged sword when she suggests that they play a role in senior appointments to the bench.
The modern state is intended to restrain those who seek a monopoly on power. Such people naturally resent it when that system works.
Many of Brussels’ demands, including for continued oversight by the European Court, are quite simply preposterous.
The Supreme Court recently made it very clear that the courtesies built into devolution do not diminish the sovereignty of Parliament.
Last June’s Brexit vote had less to do with EU membership than a wider discontent with how Britain is governed.
But that doesn’t mean that she can afford to try to run this election on a timid manifesto. This remains the party’s best chance to win a mandate for tough choices.
The industry is highly competitive and can’t afford to subsidise peak-time travel. If prices don’t ration a finite number of packages, something else will.
Inspectors need more discretion to allow for special circumstances, and parents an avenue to appeal decisions by head teachers.
“It will help to ensure certainty and stability across the board.”
The Lord Chief Justice’s recent attack on the Lord Chancellor is unprecedented. Is she right for the job? Or is the job itself flawed?
Only a constitutional referendum lock, safeguarded by the Queen, can protect us from the left-wing coalition that could take power in 2020.
Their final attempt to prevent Brexit is undemocratic and destined to fail.
It’s hard to see how hearings in front of MPs and peers would address the issues raised by those concerned about judicial activism.
There is plenty to dislike about the US system, but we’d do well to learn from it – if only to avoid travelling a similar road.