Saturday, 22 July 2017
First woman to be appointed as president of Supreme Court
"Baroness Hale of Richmond will reportedly become the first woman to be appointed as Britain’s most senior judge."
"The 72-year-old family law expert is expected to be confirmed as the next president of the Supreme Court, according to The Times."
"As deputy president, she is already Britain’s most senior female judge, but it is believed that Downing Street will announce her appointment in the most senior role. She will earn £225,000 a year."
Baroness Hale was one of the judges who ruled against the Scottish government's Named Person scheme.