Dr Dominic Burbidge
Judicial Power Project Research Fellow
Dr Dominic Burbidge researches judicial-legislative relations and constitutional law, with particular interest in devolution. He read his doctorate in the University of Oxford.
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by Dr Dominic Burbidge | Dec 7, 2016Jo Maugham QC, a prominent supporter of the Article 50 litigation, remarks: ‘An awful lot – possible all? – of the secondary material the Government is citing is to be found on the website of @judicialpwr’. A welcome tribute, if a little overstated, but it is...
Policy Exchange highlighted as Government declares intention to legislate against unnecessary Judicial Review of armed forces
by Dr Dominic Burbidge | Dec 5, 2016The Ministry of Defence has highlighted Policy Exchange’s work identifying the growing judicialisation of military operations in a consultation document declaring plans for legislative change to prevent wasteful and damaging legal action against the armed forces. The...
by Dr Dominic Burbidge | Nov 30, 2016Conservative Home: “Policy Exchange, with its Judicial Power Project, is setting the pace. Others need to keep up.” Recent controversy on judging the legality of Brexit and the role the media should play in holding the judiciary to account was at the centre of...
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RT @Robert_WH_Ede @SeanPhillips91 has provided our assessment of this week’s GP access plan. 1️⃣The scale of the crisis is undeniable 2️⃣But we need to find a way of being guided by evidence not emotion 3️⃣In this regard, the plan contains some sensible steps forward policyexchange.org.u…
NEW REPORT: Author @FrancisAlun, the new Deputy Chair of the Social Mobility Commission, writes that for social mobility to be fit for the levelling up era it needs to be relevant to a much more broader group of people. policyexchange.org.u…
With energy policy rising up the political agenda, does the UK need a dedicated Government Department for Net Zero? Here's what four former UK Energy Secretaries had to say during a recent @Policy_Exchange event. ▶️ @AmberRuddUK ▶️ @EdwardJDavey ▶️ @Ed_Miliband ▶️ @andrealeadsom