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Image caption Lord Reed with Lady Hale, who has retired as president of the Supreme Court. Scottish judge Lord Reed has a tough act to follow as he takes over from Lady Hale as the president of the UK's Supreme Court. Lady Hale and her famous brooch collection became headline news last year as the highest court in the land came into conflict with the UK government over its prorogation of parliament. However, the distinguished and "pioneering" justice has now officially retired from her post, having turned 75. The man who has been her deputy since June 2018 is to be sworn in at a special ceremony on Monday. Image caption Lord Reed (right) has been deputy to Lady Hale (left) since June 2018. ... Full story

13 January

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