Why implementing a deal could be Johnson’s biggest challenge
Striking an agreement with Europe is difficult but legislating for it could be even harder
The stark Brexit choice is now delay or no deal
Legal preconditions for a deal cannot be met before 31st October
Is there time for another referendum before the new Brexit deadline?
MPs could force through a second vote but there is no sense in rushing the process—better to get it right
Legislating for Brexit: can the government get all the Statutory Instruments it needs through parliament by 29th March?
The short answer is yes, but at some cost to the already limited scrutiny that takes place
A no-deal Brexit is more likely than you think, because of legislation you’ve never heard of
The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill will never get through parliament by 29th March
Autumn in parliament: the race to be ready for Brexit
There is now barely enough time left for the required parliamentary processes
We will stop the government flouting constitutional norms
Guarantees made to parliament on the EU withdrawal bill must be respected, says the chair of the Lords constitution committee
The lesson of Tuesday's government climbdown: we’re likely heading for soft Brexit
Concession on the Brexit “meaningful vote” has serious political implications
The Withdrawal Bill is constitutionally unacceptable—and the Lords must act accordingly
This key piece of Brexit legislation would cut across the separation of powers. The Lords should seize their chance to change it
The Duel: Should it be illegal to pay for sex?
Last year it became illegal to pay for sex in Northern Ireland—following the model of Sweden and Norway. The Home Affairs Select Committee is currently investigating UK prostitution laws
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