Andrew has written extensively on constitutional issues and worked in academic, political and public policy environments. He is Director of History and Policy and Senior Lecturer in Politics and Contemporary History at King’s College London. He is the author of Stretching the Constitution: the Brexit shock in historic perspective (Hart/Bloomsbury, Oxford, 2019).
Andrew acts as senior adviser to The Constitution Society.
- The Constitution After Coronavirus – new discussion paper
- ’Wartime Government‘: The Constitutional Dimension
- Good Chaps No More? Safeguarding the Constitution in Stressful Times by Andrew Blick and Peter Hennessy
- Brexit and the Melting of the British Constitution
- Populism and the UK Constitution
- The constitutional implications of a second EU referendum
- Entrenchment in the UK: A written constitution by default?
- Referendums and the Constitution
- Using the Prerogative for Major Constitutional Change: The United Kingdom Constitution and Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union
- Distinguishing Constitutional Legislation: A modest proposal