2022…A Tale of Three Prime Ministers
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1w ago
This post was contributed by Eloise Ellis, Senior Lecturer in Law. The last few years have been a time of significant flux in the British ..read more
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Study Support Event 2021
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by sultanhassan27
1y ago
This post has been posted on behalf of Undergraduate Laws. At Undergraduate Laws we are opening our 2021-22 academic year with our first Study Event ..read more
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Covid-19 and Devolved Governance
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by sultanhassan27
1y ago
This post was contributed by Dr Eloise Ellis, Senior Lecturer in Law. Wherever you are in the world, the current coronavirus pandemic will have had ..read more
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Looking ahead: the proposed Constitution, Democracy and Rights Commission
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by sultanhassan27
2y ago
This post was contributed by Ms Charlotte Crilly, Teaching Fellow and Module Convenor for Undergraduate Laws. Before the coronavirus crisis hit, one of the things ..read more
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The General Election
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by sultanhassan27
2y ago
This post has been contributed by Hilaire Barnett, Public law tutor for Undergraduate Laws. The General Election held on 12th December 2019 resulted in an ..read more
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Brexit troubles: does the UK need a written constitution?
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by sultanhassan27
2y ago
This post was contributed by Ms Charlotte Crilly, Teaching Fellow and Module Convenor for Undergraduate Laws. It is undeniable that this is an interesting time to ..read more
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The prorogation case: a matter of principle – Part 2 of 2
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by sultanhassan27
2y ago
This post was contributed by Colin Munro, Emeritus Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Edinburgh and tutor for Undergraduate Laws. A few days ago I ..read more
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The prorogation case: a matter of principle – Part 1 of 2
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by sultanhassan27
2y ago
This post was contributed by Colin Munro, Emeritus Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Edinburgh and tutor for Undergraduate Laws. The referendum on EU membership ..read more
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