'There was a gasp in the courtroom' - retiring Supreme Court President Lady Hale

The retiring president of the Supreme Court reflects on a momentous ruling, her career and that spider brooch.

Lady Hale talks to our legal correspondent Clive Coleman about the day in September when the court ruled that the prime minister had unlawfully advised the Queen to suspend Parliament.

Listen to Baroness Hale's guest edit of Radio 4's Today programme on BBC Sounds.

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