Freezing of Terrorist Assets
The new Supreme Court of the United Kingdom heard arguments in its first case. The case involved terrorist financing and whether the… read more
The new Supreme Court of the United Kingdom heard arguments in its first case. The case involved terrorist financing and whether the government has the power to create laws without a vote in Parliament.
A portion of the argument was shown. The program began with a telephone interview with Joshua Rozenberg, a legal columnist for Standpoint magazine, who talked about the new court and the case. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Joshua Rozenberg Correspondent BBC
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