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CJEU Advocate General agrees with the Three Knights Opinion – UK can unilaterally revoke Art. 50
Last winter, following our successful challenge to the Government’s intention to use Royal Prerogative to trigger Article 50, we commissioned an opinion on whether an Article 50 notification could be unilaterally revoked. That opinion, now referred to as the Three … Continue reading
Neither Fish, Flesh nor Good Red Herring
So we now have the official version of “Brexit means Brexit” the Political Declaration. The question is, who does it satisfy? Seemingly nobody. It is a “Blind Brexit”, “26 pages of waffle” and doesn’t provide “frictionless trade”. It means everything … Continue reading
Important vs Urgent vs Important AND Urgent – Fighting Brexit
There are a number of campaigns challenging the results of the 2016 referendum plus the recently announced NCA (National Crime Agency) investigation. The issues that these campaigns are focused on are without doubt very important. The various challenges have yet … Continue reading
Brexit heat causes febrile activity among Brexiters and UK Government alike
UK government no-deal papers are appearing, that is, papers that set out real penalties for ordinary people. These penalties may still apply even if a withdrawal agreement and transition period is agreed but there is no post Brexit agreement on … Continue reading
The summer winds down, but the Brexit heat continues to rise.
Evidence of the damage Brexit is doing to the country is increasing, as is the evidence that the will of the people is changing. Some of the most convincing evidence of the change in the will of the people is … Continue reading
Other campaigns and challenges we face
Application for a Judicial Review by Sue Wilson and others. It is excellent news that the judge reviewing Sue Wilson’s application has laid down some solid markers for a response from the government. There is still a long way to … Continue reading
A disingenuous Government doesn’t want Parliamentary Sovereignty or the Rule of Law
Pro-EU Tories are quietly considering a government proposal aimed at averting defeat on the EU Withdrawal Bill. The MPs are holding back on their response to the compromise offer, though one said they believed it to be insubstantial. The amendment … Continue reading
Do you know how many people are NOT being protected in the UK/EU exit treaty? It is far more than you think and you may be one of them.
This article in the Guardian quite rightly identifies that British nationals resident in EU27 countries and EU27 nationals resident in the UK are not having their fundamental citizenship rights properly assessed or protected in the exit treaty negotiations. This comes … Continue reading
Why protecting EU citizenship rights needs more than one approach.
I have been asked whether the work we are doing isn’t duplicating the “Amsterdam” challenge and the questions being asked of the CJEU. In fact the two issues are separate and reasonably distinct and both, for their own reasons, deserve … Continue reading
What was that Mr Rees-Mogg? – For Queen and Party?
In a piece in the Telegraph, reported here via Pressreader, Jacob Rees-Mogg describes how important Brexit is: “If the Conservative party doesn’t deliver the Brexit that the British people voted for, the Conservatives will not win the next election. The … Continue reading