Tag: Boris Johnson
Should ex-magic circle man Raab become caretaker PM?
Question mark over whether Boris will stay until Autumn
Attorney General confirms Tory leadership bid as Boris prepares to quit
From Legal Cheek Awards to No.10?
Why law students shouldn’t be discouraged by anti-lawyer rhetoric
Top solicitors and barristers provide words of encouragement for aspiring lawyers
5 times the Johnson government complained about ‘lefty lawyers’
Lawyer-bashing long a staple of No.10 rhetoric
Partygate: Justice Committee chair submits letter of no-confidence in PM
'Those of us who set the rules have a particular responsibility to stick to them ourselves', says former criminal barrister Sir Bob Neill
Can lawyers be leaders?
Not so, says Boris -- much to the annoyance of lawyers
‘Cruella de Vil QC’ hits back at Boris Johnson after PM takes pop in conference speech
Prime Minister's 'frivolous speech' ignored 'serious issues' in justice system, says blogging barrister Matthew Scott
This one crazy law from 1829 could topple our newly married Prime Minister
Boris Johnson, meet the Catholic Relief Act
‘Middle Temple must strip Boris of his honorary status’
The PM is an honorary bencher. Some 'do-gooder' needs to put a stop to that, says mature law student Laurence Cooper
Trio of ex-Supreme Court justices join 800 legal figures in call for Johnson and Patel to end lawyer ‘hostility’
Open letter follows series of public attacks on profession
Junior barrister hits back at Boris Johnson’s ‘hamstrung’ justice comment in viral Twitter thread
PM waded into government's 'lefty lawyers' saga yesterday
Ex-Attorney General brands PM’s Brexit plan ‘unconscionable’
Geoffrey Cox QC MP to vote to block Prime Minister Boris Johnson's controversial Internal Market Bill
What Boris Johnson’s big majority means for the legal profession and those seeking to enter it
Focus on innovation, the North and alternatives to higher education could impact lawyers
The Secret Barrister accuses Boris Johnson of copying blog about sentencing of London Bridge attacker
'This is weapons grade shithousery', anonymous author complains
Parliament shutdown: Supreme Court rules Boris Johnson acted unlawfully in bombshell judgment
Unanimous decision finds that suspension was 'unlawful, void and of no effect'
Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament unlawful, Scotland’s highest court rules
Supreme Court showdown next week
First legal bid to stop Boris Johnson shutting down parliament fails
Cross-party group has already signalled intention to appeal
Lawyers react to explosive news that Boris Johnson will ask the Queen to suspend parliament
Is it a 'constitutional crisis' yet?
Crowdfunding campaigner loses bid to take Boris Johnson private prosecution to Supreme Court
But the case isn't over, insists Marcus Ball