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Hotel California?: The Continuing Jurisdiction of the CJEU

This Paper explains how, in the context of CJEU jurisdiction after exit day, the respective red-lines of the UK and EU are incompatible with each other. Whereas the UK claims to end CJEU jurisdiction, the EU claims, and has always claimed, final … [Read more...] about Hotel California?: The Continuing Jurisdiction of the CJEU

The Crisis of The Constitution : 2nd Edition

The general election of 2015 answered conclusively, to the surprise of most commentators, the question, ‘Who governs Britain?’ by yielding a single-party government with an overall majority in the House of Commons. But it did not answer two of the … [Read more...] about The Crisis of The Constitution : 2nd Edition

On whether or not to repeal; a briefing on the debate surrounding the Human Rights Act and a UK Bill of Rights

[First Published on Tuesday 4th October 2011] This archive item is a window onto issues as they appeared at the time. It contains facts and opinions which may have been superseded by subsequent events. This week, as senior politicians from both … [Read more...] about On whether or not to repeal; a briefing on the debate surrounding the Human Rights Act and a UK Bill of Rights