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Court Of Appeal

Volume 984: debated on Thursday 8 May 1980

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asked the Attorney-General whether his future references to the Court of Appeal will be heard by a court of five as recommended by Professor Granville Williams in the Criminal Law Review 1980, page 281.

The constitution of a court of five judges for any given case is not the responsibility of the Lord Chancellor or the Attorney-General but is a matter for the judicial authority..