If judges don’t want to get involved in politics, maybe they should stop giving speeches
Alex Novarese asks whether judges should go beyond their role of applying the law and get involved in politics...
Where should judges fit into public life? It’s an age-old question but one that has been more pressing since the 1960s thanks to, among other factors, a more activist bench, the expansion of judicial review, entry into the Common Market and the Human Rights Act.
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