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Germany’s eurosceptic courts

On the question of legal sovereignty why didn’t we follow Germany’s example?

By Laurence Brown  

The UK's Supreme Court, located in the City of Westminster

As a lecturer in Further Education I am always looking for trips that might pique the interest of blasé students. So when a colleague suggested a tour of the Supreme Court I decided to follow up the idea. Many associate the name with the USA, but since 2009 the UK Supreme Court has replaced the Appellate Committee of…

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