Law and religion round-up – 22nd September

A week in which there was a larger crowd outside the Supreme Court building than at Horse Guards, Whitehall…

.. but fewer classical references in the media and other reports, which were restricted to inclusion of Aristotle and Marcilius of Padua in the written case for Joanna Cherry QC. After the Supreme Court Justices insisted that the appeals being considered had nothing to do with Brexit, the Court was prompted to change the title of its informative web page from “Brexit-related judicial review cases” to “Prorogation-related judicial review cases”. However, the URL remains unchanged:

Independent review of Prevent

The Government has published the terms of reference for the independent review of the Prevent programme. Continue reading