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The risks of the House of Commons taking control.
The UK Government is now correct in asserting the right, in extremis, to appeal to international law under the Vienna Convention.
The UK’s legal position in relation to the backstop.
To address the shortage of homes in and around London, a new government Department for Growth should work with the Mayor of London and partner directly with developers to build 15 new millennial towns in the capital’s commuter belt.
An investigation into T-levels and the wider vocational system
“The UK continues to be too timid” in its negotiations with the EU over the Backstop and its relationship to the 1998 Good Friday Agreement
The Irish Backstop would “turn the Good Friday Agreement on its head”
A collection of essays on the design, style and economics of the built environment.
It is a mistake to assume that the House of Commons could engineer a change to the law to postpone or cancel Brexit without persuading the Government to acquiesce and participate in securing the change. The risks to which an attempt to do so would give rise include the contravention of fundamental constitutional principles based on centuries of history.
Current proposals for Parliament to “take over the process” are based on fundamental misconceptions about the UK constitution, and that makes them both dangerous and wrong. This paper explains how.