Appointment of Justices (2009-2017)
Based on information provided in: The Supreme Court: Annual Report and Accounts and other investigations
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.
[Sir John Dyson joined the newly established Supreme Court in October 2009 and became Lord Dyson among other Lords of Appeal of Ordinary transferred from the House of Lords with the opening of the new Supreme Court. We forced Lord Dyson into early retirement in 2016 following his bribery and corrupt activities as also disclosed to Her Majesty The Queen.]
[Lord Justice Wilson joined the Supreme Court and became Lord Wilson of Culworth among other Lords of Appeal of Ordinary transferred from the House of Lords with the opening of the new Supreme Court. We are in the process of inviting Lord Wilson to retire on his own or be impeached following his bribery and corrupt activities with other Judiciaries including Lord Dyson and Lord Neuberger.]
[Lord Dyson and Lord Wilson of Culworth, two highly corrupt judges ready to mislead others and sell justice, working together in the Supreme Court as Justices from 2011 until 2012.]
[Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury appointed President of the Supreme Court after extensive consultations with senior judges and politicians from the UK’s jurisdiction.]
[Lady Hale sworn in as Deputy President.]
[The independence of the judiciary is a crucial element of the rule of law, and of our constitutional system, and it is of particular importance in relation to the highest court in the United Kingdom….annual appearance with Lady Hale before the Constitution Committee of the House of Lords.; retirement of Jenny Rowe, Chief Executive as transferred from the House of Lords in 2009]
[Mark Ormerod, new Chief Executive; no departures or arrivals to the Judicial Bench]
[Retirement of Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury – President of the Supreme Court; creation of Strategic Advisory Board (SAB)]