Yesterday, the Supreme Court handed down a landmark judgment which strikes down a provision of the Representation of the People Act 1951 (‘RPA’) that sought to protect convicted MPs, MLAs or MLCs from being disqualified if they appealed their conviction in a higher court or filed a revision application.
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