Lord Thomas hits back at criticism of judicial decision making

The Lord Chief Justice has hit back for the second time against the 'unprecedented' levels of attack to which judges have been subjected in the aftermath of the Brexit ruling and at the lack of government support.

Giving this year's Lionel Cohen lecture at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Lord Thomas said the judiciary had been 'drawn into what some have characterised as political decision making '“ the characterisation used by those who oppose the decision as a decision being made not on the law, but for political or other...

John Vander Luit
Editor
Solicitors Journal

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