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The House of Lords' Economic Affairs Committee has launched an inquiry into the economics of Universal Credit. The committee will examine whether the welfare reform is meeting its original objectives and whether the policy assumptions reflected in its design are appropriate for different groups

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Have you recently been on a tour of the UK Supreme Court with your school? Did your visit spark an interest in the law? Are you considering studying law at university? Or perhaps you have a general interest in how the justice system works here in the UK. If you're a Year 13 or 14 pupil in Northern I

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Drug company Tiofarma has admitted that it took part in an agreement that resulted in significant price hikes for a life-saving medicine. The development means that two of the three companies under investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) have now admitted to an allegation that t

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The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has fined Fender Europe £4.5 million for breaking competition law by preventing online discounting for its guitars. Guitars make up a significant part of the wider musical instrument sector which has an estimated turnover in the UK of around £4

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The Electoral Commission should be given the power to initiate prosecutions at both national and local levels, a cross-party group of MPs has recommended. The proposal is one of 20 recommendations set out in a new report by the all-party parliamentary group (APPG) on electoral campaigning transparen

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The House of Lords Constitution Committee has recommended that a clause to introduce significant new ministerial powers on how courts may depart from CJEU interpretations of retained EU law should be removed from the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill. The committee said this measure is inap

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Lord Reed has been installed as the new President of the UK Supreme Court. The Scottish judge was sworn in at a ceremony in London this morning, where he was “especially pleased to see here so many of my former colleagues of the Scottish bench and bar”.

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Lady Hale has listed her 'Desert Island Judgments' in an interview with The Guardian. The former UK Supreme Court President, who has been succeeded by Lord Reed, cited the prorogation case as her top one.

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UK Supreme Court president Lady Hale will guest edit a special episode of BBC Radio 4's Today programme on Friday 27 December, from 6-9am. Lady Hale's guest-edit will include a tour of the Supreme Court with BBC legal correspondent, Clive Coleman, as well as a tour of her beloved home town of Richmo

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The latest episode of BBC Radio 4's Women's Hour features women from the legal profession discussing life in the law on the centenary of women being able to enter the profession. Cherie Booth QC, Dana Denis-Smith, founder of the First 100 Years, Abi Silver, a former associate at a city law firm and

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