Brexit: Little Opposition as Talks Loom

After an autumn of court cases defending parliamentary sovereignty against government executive control of the Brexit process, together with demands for the UK government at least to publish its Brexit strategy in a White Paper, suddenly there is an unlikely calm. In January, the UK Supreme Court ruled that Westminster should indeed have the final […]

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Disunited Kingdom

And so it has come to pass. The UK has voted to leave the European Union by 51.9% to 48.1%. Even these bold figures illustrate the extent to which this vote divided the country. But the divisions run much deeper, provoking an existential threat to the very idea of a United Kingdom. An early post-referendum […]

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