Parliament and Brexit: Constitutional Conundrums and Parliamentary Practicalities United Kingdom Constitutional Law Association and Study of Parliament Group Seminar Tuesday 25 October 2016 6pm House of Lords – Committee Room … Continue reading
Introduction Thursday 13 October 2016 marked the beginning of the hearing over the constitutional question of whether Article 50 may be triggered by the Government without further statutory authorisation. This … Continue reading
New Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law Briefing Paper: ‘Parliament and the Rule of Law in the Context of Brexit’
The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law published a new Briefing Paper on 29 September 2016. Titled ‘Parliament and the Rule of Law in the Context of Brexit’, it … Continue reading
Ronan McCrea: Can a Brexit Deal Provide a Clean Break with the Court of Justice and EU Fundamental Rights Norms?
Those concerned with protecting human rights have been vocal in their concern that the Brexit process will lead to a reduction in human rights protection in the UK. Indeed, part … Continue reading
Cross-posted from the Constitution Unit blog. The ‘Westminster model’ outside the British Isles tends to be associated with the former British settler colonies such as Australia, Canada and New Zealand. … Continue reading