All articles by Joshua Rozenberg – Page 8

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    Opinion

    Sir Edward Heath: When duty doesn't call

    16 October 2017

    It is not the role of the police to tell alleged victims what they want to hear.

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    Opinion

    Open justice for judges

    2 October 2017

    Disciplinary proceedings involving the judiciary must be timely and transparent.

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    Opinion

    Clean code

    18 September 2017

    How can we cut through a morass of sentencing law that dates back 650 years? Create a consolidation bill

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    Opinion

    All in the family

    2017-09-04T00:07:00Z

    Two major family cases in Lady Hale’s in-tray may form her legacy as president of the Supreme Court.

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    Opinion

    An outgoing judiciary

    7 August 2017

    Steadfast and not sentimental, fearless but restrained: Lord Neuberger’s advice for the judges who will succeed him.

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    Opinion

    Trained to get at the truth

    17 July 2017

    Moore-Bick’s Grenfell Tower Inquiry: why the bold decision would be to rule out prosections and why it won’t happen.

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    Opinion

    Up for the challenge

    3 July 2017

    New lord chancellor has an impressive grasp of his brief.

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    Opinion

    Known unknowns

    19 June 2017

    All the old certainties about Brexit and other legislation have gone.

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    Opinion

    Changing of the guard

    5 June 2017

    The outcome of the election should usher in a new lord chancellor – and spark a shakeup in the judiciary.

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    Opinion

    A parachute that works

    15 May 2017

    Brexit poses a huge challenge to our legislative process - lawlessness must be avoided at all costs.

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    Opinion

    Patience and patents

    1 May 2017

    Will we be members of the Unified Patent Court after Brexit?

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    Opinion

    Will Liz Truss be shuffled?

    24 April 2017

    Under fire from the most senior judge, it is hard to see how the lord chancellor can survive.

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    Opinion

    Transfer window

    3 April 2017

    Brexit should shift power from Brussels to Westminster – not Whitehall

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    Opinion

    Beefing up the bench

    20 March 2017

    Intellect trumps all – standards must not fall as the judiciary addresses its recruitment ‘crisis’.

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    Opinion

    Virtual realities

    6 March 2017

    Our new digital court will probably increase the number of people who need unbundled legal advice.

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    Opinion

    Careless driving licence

    20 February 2017

    No one in government remembers the last time a lord chancellor introduced something as short-sighted as these personal injury reforms.

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    Opinion

    Ruling Supreme

    6 February 2017

    Our highest court has shown its magisterial mettle, but open questions remain on withdrawal from the EU.

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    Opinion

    Detention dilemma

    23 January 2017

    Ministers will be worried by last week’s Supreme Court judgments in claims against the MoD. But it could have been worse.

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    Opinion

    Bench warmers

    9 January 2017

    This year heralds a changing of the guard among the senior judiciary. Who’s on the way up?

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    Opinion

    A new jurisdiction

    5 December 2016

    Common rules across civil, family and tribunals would herald the biggest shakeup of our justice system since 1873.