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    Politics live with Andrew Sparrow Labour leadership hustings: Starmer, Nandy, Long-Bailey and Thornberry debate on BBC Newsnight – as it happened

    Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Labour hustings

    Labour leadership hustings: Starmer, Nandy, Long-Bailey and Thornberry debate on BBC Newsnight – as it happened
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    The Guardian view on Boris Johnson in court: Brexit’s war on the law

    The Guardian view on Boris Johnson in court: Brexit’s war on the law
    • Geoffrey Cox signals he would accept lead role in review of judiciary

      Geoffrey Cox signals he would accept lead role in review of judiciary
    • This government has plans that would destroy the protection of the law

      Charles Falconer

      This government has plans that would destroy the protection of the law
    • Reporting restrictions turning family courts into black hole, say ex-judge

      Reporting restrictions turning family courts into black hole, say ex-judge
    • White men still dominate judiciary, says Justice report

      White men still dominate judiciary, says Justice report
    • The police aren’t the only ones in need of diversity

      The police aren’t the only ones in need of diversity
    • Head of press regulator advised Kazakh regime that suppresses free speech

      Head of press regulator advised Kazakh regime that suppresses free speech
    • Politics live with Andrew Sparrow Labour leadership: Momentum backs Long-Bailey after 70% of members endorse her - live news

      Labour leadership: Momentum backs Long-Bailey after 70% of members endorse her - live news
    • Judges' sentencing in high-profile court cases to be televised

      Judges' sentencing in high-profile court cases to be televised
    • Michael Howard’s way out of line on the judiciary

      Michael Howard’s way out of line on the judiciary
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    Michael Howard claims judges 'distorted' law in prorogation ruling

    Former Tory leader calls for legal reform because judges ‘reach results they want’

    Michael Howard claims judges 'distorted' law in prorogation ruling
  • Judiciary | Law | The Guardian

    How Brexit has battered Britain’s reputation for good government

    Jill Rutter

    How Brexit has battered Britain’s reputation for good government
  • Judiciary | Law | The Guardian

    Lady Hale warns UK not to select judges on basis of political views

    Lady Hale warns UK not to select judges on basis of political views
  • Judiciary | Law | The Guardian

    Lady Hale predicts gender parity in judiciary by 2033

    Supreme court president says proportion of female judges is growing faster than previously estimated

    Lady Hale predicts gender parity in judiciary by 2033
  • Judiciary | Law | The Guardian

    The Ladbroke Grove train crash and Lord Cullen’s life-saving work

    Letter: The judge’s rigour at inquiries into the train crash 20 years ago, the Piper Alpha disaster and the Dunblane school shooting has probably saved hundreds of lives, writes Chris Goodall

    The Ladbroke Grove train crash and Lord Cullen’s life-saving work
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    Female barristers urge action on harassment and discrimination

    Female barristers urge action on harassment and discrimination
  • Judiciary | Law | The Guardian

    UK democracy at a low point, bishop tells judges

    UK democracy at a low point, bishop tells judges
  • Judiciary | Law | The Guardian

    Lady Hale: a career of breaking barriers in the judiciary

    Supreme court’s first female leader reached position by unusual route and is champion of diversity

    Lady Hale: a career of breaking barriers in the judiciary
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    Barristers accuse MoJ of false economies in crown court backlogs

    Row centres on government’s decision to reduce number of sitting days it pays for recorders

    Barristers accuse MoJ of false economies in crown court backlogs
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