However unexpected the Prime Minister’s call for a general election may be, and however appropriate it may, or may not, be (see Jeff King’s discussion here), it invites the Fixed-Term … Continue reading
Theresa May has deftly launched a gambit to get around the core purpose of the Fixed Term Parliaments Act 2011 – and all signs are that it will succeed without … Continue reading
Kenneth Campbell QC: Constitutional Discourse Post-referendum: Where Are We, and Where Are We Going Next?
Editors’ note: This is the first of two blogs by Kenneth Campbell reflecting upon the constitutional state of play as Parliament prepares to consider the Brexit process. In common with … Continue reading
Now the Conservative Party leadership election has come to an abrupt halt with the withdrawal of Andrea Leadsom, Theresa May will become Prime Minister on Wednesday. Calls to hold a … Continue reading
Kenneth Armstrong: Should Turkeys Vote (be)for(e) Christmas? An Early General Election and Article 50
In a piece published last week I set out the argument for why a general election is needed before the UK notifies a decision to withdraw from the European Union … Continue reading
What’s done is done, or so Richard Ekins has forcefully argued about the result of the referendum held on June 23rd. Whilst, as he notes, there may be real questions … Continue reading