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In the UK court system, when an objection is made, the barrister or solicitor making the objection will say "objection" and then state the grounds for the objection. The grounds for objection can include hearsay, relevance, lack of foundation, speculation, leading questions, and others. The judge will then consider the objection and either sustain it, meaning that the question or statement is excluded from the record, or overrule it, meaning that the question or statement is allowed to stand.

It is important to note that the procedure for making and handling objections in UK courts may vary by jurisdiction and by the type of case being heard. In some instances, the judge may ask the barrister or solicitor to explain the basis of their objection, while in others, the judge may immediately rule on the objection.

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