The House of Lords Constitution Committee has launched a consultation exercise on the constitutional position of civil servants. More information on this, and a chance to contribute, can be found … Continue reading
Mark Elliott: The Brighton Declaration: where now for the Human Rights Act and the Bill of Rights debate?
The Brighton Declaration, which emerged from last week’s High Level Conference on the Future of the European Court of Human Rights, has already attracted a substantial amount of comment—including by … Continue reading
A blaze of controversy erupted over the disputed timing of Abu Qatada’s referral request to the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights this week. Whilst raising a … Continue reading
The Blog is now on a break over Easter. We will return in May. Have a nice vacation!
This piece asks whether, in the light of UK proposals for the reform of the ECtHR, and in the wake of the outcry in the UK over the Qatada decision … Continue reading
UK Constitutional Law Group’s next meeting is on “The Referendum in the United Kingdom” (The 7th Italian-British Constitutional Conversation) Monday 21 May 2012, 6 pm Italian Cultural Institute of London, … Continue reading