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Kenneth Armstrong: Has Article 50 Really Been Triggered?

Cross-posted from brexittime.com. With the Supreme Court handing down its judgment in Miller v Secretary of State for Exiting the EU on 24 January this year, one might have been … Continue reading

June 14, 2017 · 14 Comments

Colin Harvey and Daniel Holder: The Great Repeal Bill and the Good Friday Agreement – Cementing a Stalemate or Constitutional Collision Course?

Introduction – a perfect storm? As predicted, Brexit is proving to be profoundly destabilising for the peace process and the constitutional politics of Northern Ireland. An outcome that lacks the … Continue reading

June 6, 2017 · Leave a comment

Event: Facing up to Brexit: UK and Italian Constitutional Perspectives

Facing up to Brexit: UK and Italian Constitutional Perspectives 12th Italian-British Constitutional Conversation Monday, 12th June 2017, 5:00pm Italian Cultural Institute 39 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8NX Foreword: Alessandro Torre, … Continue reading

June 2, 2017 · Leave a comment

K M Hayne: The ‘Great Repeal Bill’

In the White Paper published in February this year (“The United Kingdom’s exit from and new partnership with the European Union” Cm 9417), the very first point made was that the … Continue reading

April 12, 2017 · 3 Comments

Aurelien Antoine: Brexit Seen by a French Professor in Public Law

I am a professor in Public in France devoting the major part of my research to the United Kingdom (author, among other books, of a “British constitutional Law” prefaced by … Continue reading

April 3, 2017 · 4 Comments

George Peretz QC: Storm Clouds over the Welsh Mountains: Agriculture and Devolution

A report by the National Assembly for Wales’ Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee published on 24 March received more publicity than might have been expected. That was largely … Continue reading

March 30, 2017 · 4 Comments

Brian Christopher Jones: The Government’s Quandary: “Great”, or Ordinary, Repeal

The government would certainly prefer a “great” repeal, but they would be wise to make it an ordinary one. Four years ago I published an analysis piece in Public Law … Continue reading

March 28, 2017 · 4 Comments