The Welsh Government's approach to agreeing post-Brexit legislation with the UK government is "high-risk and flawed", a report has said.
African Union law is the body of law comprising treaties, resolutions and decisions that have direct and indirect application to the member States of the African Union (AU).
How do you solve a problem like Suella? The legal aspects of breach and termination of the withdrawal agreement 23/02/2020
Today’s papers bring another story that the UK might be planning to breach the Brexit withdrawal agreement – including the report that the new Attorney-General Suella Braverman is poised to attempt to justify this legally. So what happens if the UK (or the EU) breaches the withdrawal agreement is not a hypothetical issue.
Inquiry into Whitehall’s Brexit role says prime ministers failed to protect officials.
Why the law says “Yes” even if others disagree. What happens when the domestic legal system is inherently international?
The news comes as over 140,000 people register their desire to retain EU citizenship on a specially designed website.
The challenges posed by the COVID-19 virus will make the effective implementation of any new legislation impossible in the short term, says FTA, the business group representing the logistics sector.
HMRC says millionaire owes money for inheritance tax liability on Ukip donations.
Future British governments could be unable to repeal new laws on workers’ rights, the environment, and health and safety, under the terms of the EU’s proposed Brexit trade deal.
“As you would expect from an independent nation, we can’t be subject to the rules and laws made by somebody else" / Really? That could have some rather far reaching consequences...
The UK could find itself off the hook over cases such as breaches of air pollution levels and a failure to act on peat bog burning, which campaigners say can exacerbate flooding.
Anti-Brexit campaigners used judicial review to fight prorogation of parliament – but campaigners warn reform will hurt the most vulnerable.
Gina Miller: Curbing Judicial Review Is Johnson’s Brexit ‘Revenge’ – But Will Hit Most Vulnerable 18/02/2020
Court battle to give parliament more say over departure from EU was won using legal process.
Martin Wolf: Britain’s demands for its negotiations with the EU are unrealistic.
Boris Johnson suffers triple defeat in Lords as peers vote against plans to allow lower courts to overrule EU law 20/01/2020
Peers also voted to provide EU citizens with physical proof of their right to stay in UK.
Peers back three amendments including right of EU citizens to physical proof of right to stay in UK.
MPs call for unlimited fines for electoral law breaches to stem flow of 'dirty money and dodgy data' 19/01/2020
Fines seen by some donors as ‘just the cost of doing business’, says electoral watchdog.
According to Article 20 of the Treaty of Lisbon, EU citizenship is additional and separate to national citizenship. Presently, there are no provisions for removing this citizenship and its associated rights from individuals, regardless of whether their nation leaves the EU.
Boris Johnson to fast-track plans to curb legal challenges ‘in revenge for Brexit defeats’ 15/01/2020
No 10 to target judicial reviews brought ‘for political motives’ to ‘restore trust’ – but a leading critic fears ‘a monstrous attack on the courts’.
Lord Sumption says possible Government plans to alter judicial review are 'a recipe for tyranny' 17/01/2020
The Conservatives are to review the 'constitutional plumbing' of the country to stop the courts being used for political ends.
Peers expected to attempt to amend bill as it passes through Lords.
Brexit will crash and burn – and when it does, Labour needs to hold the Tories responsible 09/01/2020
Our fundamental values of democracy, human rights and the rule of law are under direct threat. The next election has to produce a different outcome, and we'll get it by holding the prime minister accountable
Unchecked, unbalanced and channelling an unsavoury populism, a prime minister that I’ve helped to keep in check in the courts could soon be free to do whatever he pleases
Electoral law, the legal system and parliament itself will all be reformed to the Conservatives’ advantage.
Boris Johnson ‘to curb legal challenges over Brexit’ in extraordinary attack on the courts 25/11/2019
Prime minister intends to ‘change the scope of the royal prerogative and become a dictator’ campaigner Gina Miller suggests.