Tag Archives: High Court

Brexit: the Case for a Parliamentary Vote – Jolyon Maugham QC

[The following was commissioned by Counsel Magazine and is also published here.] I’ll take some things as read. You’ll know there’s a legal challenge to the Government’s position that it is for it and not Parliament to decide what action to … Continue reading

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The real reasons for Theresa May’s criticism of the Article 50 People’s Challenge

Responding to Bernard Jenkin MP during Wednesday’s (7th Sept) Prime Minister’s Questions, Mrs May told the House that the Government had a “clear” position on invoking Article 50, adding that “this is a prerogative power and one that can be … Continue reading

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People’s Challenge to Government on Art. 50 – Update No.1

No. 1: Getting Started – John Halford, Bindmans LLP This is the first of a number of updates to keep you – a supporter of the Crowdjustice funded Article 50 People’s Challenge –  up-to-date with what is happening on the … Continue reading

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