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The Miller case: a tale of four parliaments?

One aspect of the Supreme Court’s ruling last week that might have escaped your attention

By Sionaidh Douglas-Scott  

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Constitutional cases rarely enter the public consciousness in the UK, but the Miller case is different. Miller has been widely proclaimed as the most important constitutional case of its generation. Indeed, how could this be otherwise, given its high media profile, and arresting press headlines which castigate judges as “enemies of the people,” or give potted biographies of our senior judiciary?

Most of those who have taken an interest in this case…

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