Parliament’s role in the Brexit process: parallels with Israel and the Knesset

16 Sep

The suspension of Parliament in a ‘no-written constitution’ legal context has left the UK in constitutional limbo. In this blog, Solon Solomon offers some thoughts on the Israeli constitutional experience. He argues that Parliament should have a substantial role in the Brexit process, let alone be permitted to sit in the first place. On September 11, the Scottish Court of Session, Scotland’s […]