critically analyse the UK courts’ ability to depart from binding precedent and evaluate the extent to which this may affect the consistency, continuity and certainty of legal rules.

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“[N]o judicial system could do society’s work if it eyed each issue afresh in every case that raised it… Indeed, the very concept of the rule of law… requires such continuity over time that a respect for precedent is, by definition, indispensable.” Planned Parenthood of South-eastern Pennsylvania v Casey (1992:854)
Having regard to the principle of stare decisis, critically analyse the UK courts’ ability to depart from binding precedent and evaluate the extent to which this may affect the consistency, continuity and certainty of legal rules.
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