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Judges win landmark fight over discrimination in pensions

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More than 200 judges have won a landmark ruling that the lord chancellor unlawfully discriminated against them by making changes to their pensions based on age.

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We are not diverse enough, says retiring judge

Shared from on 22 November 2016

The Supreme Court’s top judge admitted that it suffers from a “marked lack of diversity” as he announced his retirement and confirmed that half of his fellow justices were also standing down.

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Judges set for 15% pay rise to tackle recruitment crisis

Shared from on 16 November 2016

High Court judges are in line to receive a pay rise of 12 to 15 per cent, angering other public servants and trade unions.

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Rush for gender equality with top judges ‘could have appalling consequences for justice’

Shared from on 22 September 2015

One of the country’s most senior judges today warned that rushing to achieve equal representation for women at the top of the legal profession could inflict “appalling consequences” on the quality of British justice.

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