"The case brought by the Christian Institute and three other charities was heard by five senior judges over two days in March after the groups claimed it amounted to an unjustified interference with family rights."
"However their argument that the Scottish Government had exceeded its powers was rejected at the court of session which dismissed the claims of campaigners in January 2015 and described them as "hyperbole" when their appeal failed in September last year."
"The law providing each child in Scotland with a named person to safeguard their wellbeing comes into effect on August 31st. The Scottish Government had begun to make provisions for delaying the scheme if a ruling had not been received before the Supreme Court takes its summer break next month... The Scottish Government said last night that ministers would not speculate ahead of the outcome and would comment once the Supreme Court's decision is known..."
"Simon Calvert, spokesman for the No to Named Persons campaign, said:"
"This will clearly be a vitally important day. Five judges including two from Scotland conducted a forensic examination of the complex issues and we await their determination with anticipation."