My column in the new print edition of Standpoint examines the case of Phil Woolas, whose election to parliament was declared void by a specially-convened court. After the piece was written, Woolas applied for judicial review of the election court's decision. Judgment has been reserved.
Today's column in the Law Society Gazette is about threats to trial by jury.
Joshua Rozenberg is an independent legal commentator who presents Law in Action on BBC Radio 4.
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