Why we allow dissent – by our judges – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted October 15th, 2012 in freedom of expression, human rights, judgments, judiciary, news by tracey

“Why do judges disagree and publish their disagreements when cases get decided? After all, the Cabinet does not do so (openly at least), and our FTSE-100 companies do not generally do so, when their executives propose a merger or launch a new product. Surely, judicial dissent is a recipe for diminishing the authority of the majority answer, and an invitation to self-indulgence on the part of the minority to re-fight lost and irrelevant battles.”

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UK Human Rights Blog, 14th October 2012

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