Schona Jolly / July 11, 2020
Be under no illusions as to what this sweepingly-drafted law means: it could catch almost any act of dissent, anywhere in the world
The focus on individual traders like Colston means lawyers are out of sight—but they facilitated the trade
I know from experience that you have to work with, not against, the civil service. Cummings’s Whitehall revolution will end in disaster
Trial by jury is “the lamp that shows that freedom lives.” But what happens when freedom is sacrificed?
Alex Dean / June 17, 2020
What might be the consequences of years of constitutional turbulence?
Johnson’s administration had a dubious legal record before the pandemic. Now it is appalling
A former Supreme Court justice says he regrets the unanimity in the prorogation case
Jonathan Sumption / May 26, 2020
The former Supreme Court justice replies to a recent Prospect piece on liberty, law and the lockdown from Thomas Poole of the LSE
The years of 2017-19 were in many ways novel in Westminster, but in the turbulence, deep problems were exposed which are still with us today
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