Brexit and the EU judiciary
Britain's Advocate General argues it’s in the UK's interest for her to remain at the EU Court in Luxembourg after Brexit - at least whilst the UK may be affected by its rulings.
What will happen to the European Union judiciary after Brexit? Eleanor Sharpston QC is a British member of the EU Court of Justice in Luxembourg. She argues it’s in the interests of both the UK and the EU for British judges to remain at the EU Court after Brexit - at least during a transitional period - because the UK will still be affected by its rulings.
Also this week: transparency in the courts. When judges make decisions on sensitive personal and family issues, should their courts be open to all? Or does reporting put justice at risk? Joshua Rozenberg shines a light on this darker corner of the law.
Producer: Neil Koenig