Judicial dissent wanes under Neuberger regime at UK Supreme Court

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  • Discouraging dissent comes in stark contrast to his speech in April:

    "That reason is, of course, the CJEU’s requirement for a single unanimous judgment. This requirement almost inevitably will lead to some judgments which
    contain compromises, inconsistencies, or non-answers to the questions posed...The result? A judgment with which nobody is happy but everyone can live with. Judgment by committee does not appeal to those from the common law tradition"

    http://supremecourt.uk/docs/speech-140401.pdf

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