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Midyear review 2020 – is politics becoming front and centre in public law cases?
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Despite the many challenges facing lawyers and the courts during the COVID-19 crisis, 2020 has seen a number of ground-breaking judgments on a whole gamut of other public law issues from...

Analysis

The Legacy of Lockdown: Making law and policy post COVID-19
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The global public health and economic crisis caused by COVID-19 led to governments around the world taking unprecedented steps to intervene in their national economies and to restrict the...

Analysis

Brexit FAQs: Entering the transition period - 31 January 2020
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On 31 January 2020, the UK will formally leave the European Union, after over 40 years of membership. The UK’s relationship with the EU will no longer be governed by the EU Treaties,...

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General Election result. Getting Brexit done starts now, but with political uncertainty

The Conservative Party has won a convincing majority of seats in the House of Commons, and it will follow that Boris Johnson will be asked later today by The Queen to form a new government.

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What does a Johnson Premiership mean for Brexit?
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Mr Johnson takes charge of Brexit at a fractious time for his party and the country, with the Conservative Party's working majority in the House of Commons (with the support from the...

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Brexit recap: where we are and how to do business in uncertainty
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The UK Conservative Party leadership race is in full swing, with candidates making a number of promises and pledges relating to Brexit. In light of this, it is instructive to recap the...

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Why the Repeal Bill is central to making Brexit a success
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The Government's highly anticipated, formerly 'Great', Repeal Bill – to be published this Thursday,13 July 2017 – is likely to be the most constitutionally...

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