Mon 28 September 2009, The Guardian

Our new supreme court is a judge short – but far from underpowered

By Marcel Berlins
When, in a few days, the law lords who served as the United Kingdom's highest court of law are miraculously transformed into the justices of our brand new supreme court, they will be one short – 11 of them instead of the 12 required by law. Two months ago Lord Neuberger, who has made clear his disapproval of the new court, moved from law lord to master of the rolls – and his vacancy has not yet been filled.
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