I'm stil reading through the documents in the Denbigh case, but I'm very impressed by the available resources.
The judgements in the original case, last year's appeal, and the new appeal are easily findable on BAILII, which apparently is a charity devoted to presenting publicly available legal information. The Lords' judgement from yesterday is on the House of Lords website.
Also notable is how clear and readable, without any special legal knowledge, the judgements are. The legal profession has a reputation for obscurantism, but in the case of judges giving judgements, at least, that seems to be entirely undeserved.
All this is as it should be, of course, but worth noting.
High Court case
Court of Appeal case
Law Lords case
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