Sionaidh Douglas-Scott / July 27, 2018
The Supreme Court must decide what Brexit means for the devolution settlement
Schona Jolly / April 19, 2018
Departure will remove vitally important safeguards
The looming withdrawal of rights in Britain is so unusual, it is hard to see how it will play out. What does "taking back control" mean in practice?
Ann Taylor / February 16, 2018
This key piece of Brexit legislation would cut across the separation of powers. The Lords should seize their chance to change it
Terry Burns / November 10, 2017
Fifteen year terms for new members would be a start
Mark Elliott / September 7, 2017
It is likely to generate so much confusion as to compromise legal certainty and place the rule of law at risk
Bruce Ackerman / December 7, 2016
The case for a second referendum—and a "deliberation day"
Anand Menon / November 7, 2016
The procedural challenge of leaving the EU will be immense
The election may have been more decisive than predicted, but we still need to rewrite the rules