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Month: July 2019

Brexit round up – Week commencing 22 July 2019

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution A cross-party group of parliamentarians is set to bring a high profile legal challenge in the Scottish courts over whether the next prime minister can advise the Queen to suspend Parliament in order to pursue a no-deal Brexit. […]

Brexit round up – Week commencing 15 July 2019

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution In The Times, Lord Sumption has proposed that the Queen must be kept out of Brexit controversy by establishing an inner privy council to advise her on proroguing parliament, and has warned that legal challenges to prevent Boris […]

Brexit round up – Week commencing 8 July 2019

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution David Liddington has warned Theresa May’s Cabinet that there is a ‘real risk’ of the UK breaking up, with all four nations going their own way in the event of a no-deal Brexit. The UK’s post-Brexit deal with […]

Brexit round up – Week commencing 1 July 2019

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution For The UK in a Changing Europe, Professor Glen O’Hara has discussed whether Brexit will break the two party system. The UK’s post-Brexit deal with the EU Britain’s chief Brexit negotiator, Olly Robbins, is to quit his role […]

Brexit round up – Week commencing 24 June 2019

Matrix’s Legal Support Service provides a round-up of Brexit-related links and news. Brexit and the UK constitution For the Financial Times, Tony Barber has argued that the most startling aspect of the ruling Conservative party’s leadership contest is the almost total absence of serious discussion about the dangers posed by Brexit to the UK’s territorial unity and […]