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Catherine Barnard: The unanimity in Cherry/Miller

Catherine Barnard: The unanimity in Cherry/Miller

Related Content  Prior to the Supreme Court’s judgment, there was much speculation as to exactly how the Supreme Court would divide – 8:3, 7:4 or even 6:5 – and considerable speculation as to who would be on which side in the light of the questions posed and previous...

Michael Sexton: Judicialising politics

Michael Sexton: Judicialising politics

Related Content  The Supreme Court’s decision in Miller/Cherry that suspending Parliament was unlawful is an extraordinary contribution to a long term trend in Western countries: the judicialisation of politics, that is, the transfer of political, social and economic...

Paul Yowell: Miller (No 2) and political questions

Paul Yowell: Miller (No 2) and political questions

Related Content The figures just published do not signify an actual increase in incidents of hate In Bush v Gore (2004) the US Supreme Court stopped Florida’s recount of votes in the presidential election, sealing George Bush’s slim lead. After time for reflection,...

Dr David Tomkins: The Anisminic of justiciability?

Dr David Tomkins: The Anisminic of justiciability?

Related Content Some cases end up deciding much more in retrospect than they did at the time they were decided. The case of Anisminic [1969] 2 AC 147 (HL) comes to mind as one of the clearest examples of such a case in public law, with later courts taking the judgment...

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