Legal news, comments, analysis and breaking stories on the UK's withdrawal from the European Union.
2020-10-21T11:15:00+01:00By Monidipa Fouzder3 comments
PLP says judicial review and good governance are linked but suggests areas for 'positive reform'.
2020-10-16T10:33:00+01:00By Gazette newsdesk10 comments
Government has failed to provide satisfactory justification for violations, says Lords Constitution Committee in damning report.
2020-10-16T08:53:00+01:00By Monidipa Fouzder6 comments
Government decides to grant highest appeal courts the power to depart from retained EU case law.
2020-10-15T11:17:00+01:00By Jemma Slingo19 comments
Lord chancellor insists he would challenge the government if it crossed 'unacceptable' line.
2020-10-13T11:26:00+01:00By Michael Cross5 comments
A bad deal could be worse than no deal for recognition of professional qualifications, peers warn.
2020-10-12T10:52:00+01:00By Jonathan Goldsmith1 comments
Some decisions will continue to have consequences for the UK, regardless of the outcome of Brexit negotiations.
2020-10-08T10:44:00+01:00By Monidipa Fouzder17 comments
Former Supreme Court president says lawyers will go to court if UK Internal Market Bill gets through parliament.
2020-09-22T09:53:00+01:00By Jonathan Goldsmith8 comments
Legal principles are dead when we do not argue over them. Debate, even fierce debate, is how people learn to go forward.
2020-09-21T10:15:00+01:00By Monidipa Fouzder8 comments
Max Hill QC was asked about the controversy surrounding the Internal Market Bill.
2020-10-30T15:35:00+00:00By Jemma Slingo in the Royal Courts of Justice
Respondent thought his actions were ‘common and unobjectionable’.
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26 October 2020By Melanie Newman1 comments
HMRC’s ‘blended approach’ to tackling tax evasion and money laundering is getting results, reports Melanie Newman. But is it encroaching on people’s rights?
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2020-10-30T11:14:00+00:00By Dana Denis-Smith1 comments
Study highlights concerns that redundancies are more likely to impact women, whether due to roles they traditionally work in or childcare responsibilities.
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