Tag Archives: Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
I am stunned. I thought that I have been reasonably attentive to trends in British jurisprudence in recent years. Through the long, dark night of Britain's subordination to the diktats of Brussels and the less-than-Anglo-Saxon notions that pass for "human rights" in the courts of the European Union, I had thought that British courts, including the still-young Supreme Court of the United Kingdom that has succeeded the House of Lords in serving as Britain's court of last resort, were still going about the business of vindicating "the rights of Englishmen." Apparently not; at least if the Englishman is not yet quite two years old.