On the 10th December 2015 in Court Two at the Royal Courts of Justice a new case commenced. Its presence in Court Two may reflect more on the number of legal professionals present rather than its perceived importance, but one thing was true: a case that saw the Queen take on her own Secretary of State for Transport represented something very unusual indeed. “The Queen”, of course, was not personally present. Civil cases involving civil matters relevant to The Queen (or, in practice, her ...
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