Chakrabarti: 'Judges are not fair game'
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Chakrabarti: 'Judges are not fair game'

The Supreme Court will begin a landmark legal hearing on Monday into whether Parliament's consent is required before official Brexit negotiations can begin.

Its 11 justices will hear a government appeal against last month's High Court ruling that only Parliament has the authority to trigger Article 50.

Labour's Shami Chakrabarti, shadow attorney general, told the Today programme that speculation over judicial impartiality needs to stop and we "should trust them to be true to their oath".

  • 05 Dec 2016
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