The Supreme Court has relocated to Manchester until Thursday. Why should you care?
This marks the first time the Court has sat outside the four UK capital cities
Dear members — today, the Supreme Court will conduct its first hearing in Manchester. It’s a momentous occasion, marking the first time the highest legal body in the land has visited an English region outside of London.
Dr Harold Elletson, a former MP for Blackpool North and a part-time student on the Bar Training Course at the Manchester Law School, has written an interesting essay on the Court’s visit and why you might consider stopping by to listen to a case. If any of you do end up going, please drop us an email to email@example.com and let us know what you thought!
But before we get there, why hundreds of residents in Bolton are protesting a telecommunications mast and leaked Whatsapp messages showing Matt Hancock threatening to block a hub for disabled children in Bury in our news roundup.
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