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One of the issues which recurred in the UK Supreme Court’s hearing of the prorogation litigation this week (see my posts here, here and ..read more
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In a bombshell judgment last week, the Inner House of the Court of Session unanimously held in Cherry v Advocate General [2019] CSIH 49 ..read more
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In 2010, I wrote an article in Public Law which is newly relevant because of court challenges to Boris Johnson’s advice to the Queen to ..read more
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I found the decision of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales in Ofsted v Secretary of State for Education [2018] EWCA Civ 2813 to be a ..read more
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The term “quasi-constitutional” is sometimes attached to statutes said or held to have special status relative to other statutes. ..read more
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On the advice of Britain’s new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, the Queen signed an Order in Council last week proroguing Parliament from a ..read more
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Anti-administrativists have not had a good couple of weeks. For the past few years, the administrative state in the United States has been ..read more
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Anti-administrativists have not had a good couple of weeks. For the past few years, the administrative state in the United States has been ..read more
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For centuries courts across the common law world have developed their systems of law by building bodies of judicial decisions. By deciding ..read more
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Doubts are gathering about the future of Chevron deference. Under sustained attack from the forces of judicial supremacy on matters of ..read more

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