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The Supreme Court Annual Report and Accounts 2012–2013

The Supreme Court Annual Report and Accounts 2012–2013

Annual Report presented to Parliament pursuant to Section 54(1) of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005. Accounts presented to the House of Commons pursuant to Section 6(4) of the Government Resources and Accounts Act 2000. Accounts presented to the House of Lords by Command of Her Majesty. Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed on 20 May 2013.

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London: The Stationery Office

£21.25

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Our strategic objectives 09 Maintaining effective 11 relationships with all jurisdictions in the United Kingdom and the jurisdictions which use the JCPC The United Kingdom Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC) 11 12

Appointments during the year

Valedictories for Lord 16 Brown, Lord Phillips and Lord Walker Possible changes to the selection process Other appointments 17 17

The procedure 20 for appealing: permission to appeal (PTA) applications Appeals Sitting Days 20 21

Listening to our users 42 43

Policy Developments 13

References to the 25 Court of Justice of the European Union Size of panels hearing 26 cases Cases and Judgments 26 (B) JCPC Overview of jurisdictions Rules and Practice Directions The procedure for Appealing Appeals References Sitting Days 32 32 32 32 33 34 34

Cases and Judgments 34
Supreme Court Annual Report 2012–2013

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SHARING GOOD PRACTICE: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Judicial visitors (Delegations, Individuals) Lawyers and Academics 45

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SUPPORTING THE COURT: CORPORATE SERVICES

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MANAGEMENT COMMENTARY

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ACCOUNTS

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Our governance Who’s who: Membership of Management Board and Committees Our People

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Management Commentary

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Remuneration Report Statement of Accounting Officer’s responsibilities Governance Statement Audit Certificate

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Jurisdictions where the Privy Council is the final Court of Appeal

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Diplomats, Ministers 46 and

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