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Anne Twomey argued on LSE Brexit that the Supreme Court should focus on the fact that Boris Johnson has lost the confidence of the Commons ..read more
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What would make Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament ‘improper’? Anne Twomey (University of Sydney) argues that the Supreme ..read more
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The Supreme Court is considering whether Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament is lawful. Thomas Poole (LSE) says the claimants face ..read more
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Sionaidh Douglas-Scott (Queen Mary University of London) explains the recent Court of Session decision on prorogation. The Supreme Court ..read more
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The suspension of Parliament in a ‘no-written constitution’ legal context has left the UK in constitutional limbo. In this blog,  ..read more
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Martin Brenncke (Aston Law School) explains the difference between the two high court rulings regarding the prorogation of Parliament.  ..read more
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Who should be in control of the Brexit process? Nikos Skoutaris (UEA) explains the current dynamics of the UK’s constitutional ..read more
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MPs opposed to a no-deal Brexit have now published their Bill. Robert Craig (LSE) explains why the existence of Queen’s Consent means ..read more
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The government argues that the courts have no part to play in the row over prorogation, and that it is a matter for Parliament and the ..read more
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A successful Vote of No Confidence in the government is a seismic political event. It is also extremely rare. As a result, the rules ..read more

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