A government that undermines the rule of law is a contradiction
Laurence H Tribe and Mark Tribe / September 9, 2020
We still have hope for the future of the great American experiment
The new “review of judicial review” brings to the fore fundamental questions about the constitution of the United Kingdom
Raphael Hogarth / September 7, 2020
Why are ministers reportedly poised to introduce legislation that undermines their commitments on state aid?
John Bowers / September 4, 2020
As the great judge knew, judicial review has limits
David Allen Green / September 2, 2020
"Fake law" offers a powerful corrective to self-serving claims from cynical and incompetent politicians
The government is bent on constitutional destruction. We should remember Lord Bingham now more than ever
Helena Kennedy / August 30, 2020
The late great judge, who died ten years ago, would not have stood idly by while Johnson and his gang dismantled our democratic safeguards
Alex Dean / August 28, 2020
A panel has been tasked with identifying reforms to judicial review. But is this just another way to empower the executive—and disempower everyone else?
The problems for its effective discharge are widely known. We believe we have a solution