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The Constitutional Reform Act 2005 transferred much of the leadership of the judiciary from the Lord Chancellor to the Lord Chief Justice. Which of the following best describes the reason for this transfer of leadership?

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The Constitutional Reform Act 2005 transferred much of the leadership of the judiciary from the Lord Chancellor to the Lord Chief Justice to enhance the separation of powers within the English legal system. This change was aimed at ensuring a clearer distinction between the judiciary and the other branches of government, thereby strengthening judicial independence.


Key Point: The separation of powers is a fundamental principle in democratic governance, ensuring that the judiciary operates independently of the legislative and executive branches.

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