A year since the Coronavirus Act 2020 received Royal Assent, Parliament will today (25 March 2021) once more […]
Category Archive: UK Parliament
Stephanie Reynolds: Celebrities, Social Media, and New Sites of Political Constitutional Accountability
Over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic, Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford has been credited with being instrumental […]
In terms of government formation, there are two kinds of parliamentary system: “…countries where the government needs to win […]
Whilst PM Boris Johnson and President Joe Biden may dispute who first used the tag ‘Build Back Better’ […]
As the pandemic moves into its second year, the effects on Parliaments, not only as legislating and accountability […]
Daniella Lock, Fiona de Londras and Pablo Grez Hidalgo: Parliamentary Engagement with Human Rights during COVID-19 and the Independent Human Rights Act Review
As the deadline for submissions to Independent Human Rights Act Review (IHRAR) passes this week, the appropriate division […]
James Bevan: ‘10-year prison sentences for breaching COVID-19 entry requirements into the United Kingdom’? Governmental Decree is undermining the Rule of Law.
The Secretary of State for Health, Matt Hancock, announced in Parliament on Tuesday 9th February that those returning […]
Joe Tomlinson, Lewis Graham, and Alexandra Sinclair: Does judicial review of delegated legislation under the Human Rights Act 1998 unduly interfere with executive law-making?
The relationship between delegated legislation and the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA) is seemingly becoming a more contentious […]
Ronan Cormacain: Queen’s Consent and the Crown’s exemption from lockdown rules – are we all in this together?
There have been recent revelations about the use of the Queen’s consent procedure in relation to Government Bills. […]
To anyone who accepts Britain’s parliamentary sovereignty, Brexit should not make sense. How could a nation committed to […]