Articles by George Peretz
George Peretz / September 9, 2019
The UK may dislike such provisions but it could find itself unable to avoid them
George Peretz / August 8, 2019
These constitutional realities will determine whether Johnson survives as PM
George Peretz / May 1, 2019
To find a satisfactory answer we must bury deep into the Conservative Party’s constitution
George Peretz / March 7, 2019
Various claims have been made but what is the legal reality?
George Peretz / January 29, 2019
Its proponents still refuse to confront reality
George Peretz / November 20, 2018
There are problems with the text but concerns about an indefinite Northern Ireland backstop are overegged
State aid rules stop governments giving unfair handouts. Britain has pledged to keep them after Brexit, but how to build a regime that works?
George Peretz / October 11, 2018
Departure from Europe throws up yet another fundamental constitutional question
George Peretz / September 3, 2018
Parliament should have a greater role in negotiations with Europe and third countries
George Peretz / August 13, 2018
Trade remedies are the heavy artillery in a trade war. But will Britain have them in place by the time it leaves Europe?