The next few days will reveal where the heart of power lies in the British constitution

2 Sep

The government argues that the courts have no part to play in the row over prorogation, and that it is a matter for Parliament and the executive alone. But what happens when the executive has suspended Parliament? Joelle Grogan (Middlesex University) says a constitutional crisis now looks imminent. On 18 July, I wrote on LSE Brexit that prorogation was a […]