And why it won’t feature in today’s ruling
Thanks for explaining Joshua. I did wonder. As a comment, that letter from the ex Home Secretary reminds me of the worst possible letter of complaint one might receive from a client - that leaves you feeling gutted and wanting to hide under a bush (I have had two or three like that in 50+ years in the law and they are not nice). Like Malcom Fowler I have just a scintilla (good judicial word) of sympathy for the Prime Minister.
Many thanks, Joshua, for the clarity of this series of observations from you.
To put it bluntly, Suella Braverman continues to want government to drive a coach and horses through international human rights provisions. In fairness to the Prime Minister (a phrase I scarcely ever introduce) he appears to have accepted more measured legal advice which focuses -rightly in my view- on humanitarian considerations and indeed on equality of treatment before the law.
DID Mr. Sunak truly commit in writing to the Braverman line as a shabby precondition for her support leading to his coronation as P.M? If so, how wrong and unwise of him!