UK Supreme Court
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Over 2 million EU nationals are at risk of discrimination in UK aftershock EU court ruling – What happens next?5 min read
A European Court’s ruling on benefits access for some EU nationals could have stark implications for 2.3 million people, including the UK discriminating against them if they have been granted pre-settled status.
The Conservatives who would like a court ruling that Holyrood cannot hold an independence referendum without the Prime Minister’s permission should be very careful – the anger that this would create in Scotland would lead to a boost in support for independence.
Now is the chance for MPs to show what a strong, selfless Parliamentary Democracy can do and restore the people’s trust in politics in a post-Truth, post-Brexit, and post-Covid world.
An interesting thread on identifying the right time to act and protest against Boris Johnson’s government.
The government manifesto on changing the reach of courts is in the press again. But some things seem off, so here are some clarifications.
The UK General Election 2019 was branded as one of the most ‘toxic’ in modern constitutional history. Putting to one side the issue of Brexit, ‘trust’ and ‘respect’ are two of the most prominent buzz-words that were debated last year.
Boris Johnson is planning radical changes to the UK constitution – Here are the ones you need to know about.5 min read
A large majority gives the prime minister freedom to dramatically alter the machinary of the nation.