Judicial review and secondary legislation: What power does the court have to fix broken legislation?

In the fourth post in our Public Law team’s blog series, Emily Carter examines the powers of the court to review the hundreds of pieces of secondary legislation being swiftly created in preparation for Brexit. Original source: https://www.kingsleynapley.co.uk/insights/blogs/brexit-blog/judicial-review-and-secondary-legislation-what-power-does-the-court-have-to-fix-broken-legislation

The EU is humiliating the UK as Theresa May is left to beg for help in Brussels

I can’t prove it because all the big beasts who flocked to Brussels to do their country down have kept their dealings secret – but all the circumstantial evidence points to a cunning plot to frustrate Brexit, humiliate Britain and negate the wishes of the British people. Here’s how: First, discredit the referendum as the … Read moreThe EU is humiliating the UK as Theresa May is left to beg for help in Brussels

Kenneth Armstrong: The Advent of Brexit – Can It Be Paused?

As each day passes, a new window seems to be thrown open exposing fresh legal issues to be solved as the UK continues its journey towards its withdrawal from the European Union. It’s like opening an advent calendar for lawyers. On Monday 10 December, the Court of Justice of the European Union in its Wightman … Read moreKenneth Armstrong: The Advent of Brexit – Can It Be Paused?

Parliament should reject Brexit in the name of animal welfare

Great Britain has a proud history of animal protection. UK animal welfare institutions and laws have been emulated throughout the world. As a member of the EU, the UK has used its economic and political clout to ban veal crates, barren battery cages and regulate sow stalls across a market of 510 million people. Parliament should … Read moreParliament should reject Brexit in the name of animal welfare

We must intensify plans for trading on WTO terms and then negotiate a UK-EU trade deal on those sure foundations

Pulling the vote on its Withdrawal Agreement at the eleventh hour, the Government acknowledged what we already knew: the Backstop proposal is completely unacceptable and the Agreement stood no chance of winning the support of Parliament. But rather than simply seeking “reassurances” on this issue – which, though a central objective, is but one of … Read moreWe must intensify plans for trading on WTO terms and then negotiate a UK-EU trade deal on those sure foundations

A one-stop shop of recent must-read research on Brexit and the Withdrawal Agreement

In recent months, BrexitCentral has featured a number of articles written by authors of a variety of pamphlets and papers published in the run-up to or since the publication of the Withdrawal Agreement. We thought readers would appreciate having access to links to all those publications in one place, so hope you find the listings … Read moreA one-stop shop of recent must-read research on Brexit and the Withdrawal Agreement

The Article 50 ruling explained – in a sticky note

What does the European Court of Justice’s ruling on Article 50 mean for Brexit? Joelle Grogan (Middlesex University) explains in a sticky note (@StickyTrickyLaw).     This post represents the views of the author and not those of the Brexit blog, nor the LSE. Joelle Grogan is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Middlesex University. Original … Read moreThe Article 50 ruling explained – in a sticky note

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