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The Four Categories of Risk to Rights in the Brexit Process

The Four Categories of Risk to Rights in the Brexit Process

Writing only weeks before the (re)scheduled date of UK withdrawal from the EU, there seems little of which to be ...
Prorogation: Three Assumptions

Prorogation: Three Assumptions

Litigation is often predicated on certain assumptions. These may be the result of argumentation of the parties, the
Prorogation: Constitutional Principle and Law, Fact and Causation

Prorogation: Constitutional Principle and Law, Fact and Causation

The Prime Minister’s recent announcement that Parliament would be prorogued, thereby severely curtailing the ...
Boris Johnson combats allegations of misconduct in public office

Boris Johnson combats allegations of misconduct in public office

Boris Johnson has been summoned to appear in the criminal courts: Is the case just a political stunt or ...
Human Rights in Scotland

Human Rights in Scotland

On 10th December 2018 the First Minister’s Advisory Group on Human Rights Leadership set out its vision for the ...
The Fate of the Charter of Fundamental Rights in UK Law After Brexit is Sealed

The Fate of the Charter of Fundamental Rights in UK Law After Brexit is Sealed

On Monday in the House of Lords, Lord Pannick withdrew his amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill retaining the EU ...
The EU Withdrawal Bill in the Commons: Parliament surrendering control?

The EU Withdrawal Bill in the Commons: Parliament surrendering control?

Last week, the EU Withdrawal Bill returned to the Commons, so MPs could scrutinise and vote on amendments made to ...
Four Reasons for Retaining the Charter: Part 4 – The Counter-Arguments and their Weaknesses

Four Reasons for Retaining the Charter: Part 4 – The Counter-Arguments and their Weaknesses

The previous three posts examined the reasons for retaining the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in UK law after ...
Four Reasons for Retaining the Charter: Part 3 – Clarity and Democracy

Four Reasons for Retaining the Charter: Part 3 – Clarity and Democracy

The previous two posts argued that there were good reasons to retain the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in terms ...
Four Reasons for Retaining the Charter: Part 2 – Remedies

Four Reasons for Retaining the Charter: Part 2 – Remedies

The previous blog post drew attention to the way in which the scope of rights protected in the UK may be diminished
Four Reasons for Retaining the Charter Post Brexit: Part 1 – A Broader Protection of Rights

Four Reasons for Retaining the Charter Post Brexit: Part 1 – A Broader Protection of Rights

This series of short blog posts will argue that there are four main reasons for allowing the EU Charter of ...
The View Beyond Brexit: Equality Rights in Northern Ireland After Divorce (with Evelyn Collins)

The View Beyond Brexit: Equality Rights in Northern Ireland After Divorce (with Evelyn Collins)

The EU has played an important role both internationally and domestically in EU member states, in developing and ...

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