The general election on 12 December 2019 has fundamentally changed the political dynamic driving the Brexit process. The […]
The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill 2019-20 will pave the way for the UK to ratify the UK-EU […]
Proposal by Finland’s EU presidency would keep out China and possibly Turkey too.
As the dust settles following Miller (No. 2)/Cherry, tension inevitably mounts over the next instalment of the Brexit […]
From star performers to strugglers — every confirmation session, super-abbreviated and rated.
Given Boris Johnson’s explicit vow that he’d rather “be dead in a ditch” than ask Brussels for an […]
UK government could temporarily suspend rule of law and take Britain out of the EU without a deal, says former Liberal Democrat leader.
Seven points about the Supreme Court judgment in Miller II/Cherry are in danger of being missed amidst the political noise. […]
‘The prorogation was also void and of no effect. Parliament has not been prorogued,’ says top judge.
The request made by the Privy Council that the Queen prorogue Parliament was a clumsy and inappropriate attempt […]
The current dramatic interaction between the Government, Parliament and the courts means that we are witnessing one of […]
Statutory ouster of judicial review has long been considered to offend the rule of law. But just what […]
First woman selected for EU’s top post announces portfolios.