Reform of the Judiciary?

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What acts have reformed the Judiciary?
The Constitutional Reform Act 2005 and the Crime and Courts Act 2013
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What factors have made the Judiciary more independant?
The Lord Chancellor is not involved anymore and he used to overlap the three arms quite a-lot, making it more independant
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What factors state that there is more independence in terms of the courts?
UKSC judges can not work in the HOL
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Further?
Ministers can not seek to influence judicial decisions
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What statute states that?
S3 of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005
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What factors have made the Judiciary more independant?

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