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A time for serious debate…

The Supreme Court has issued its judgment in the Miller case and the Government have introduced the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill.  Those are statement of facts.   The judgment and the consequences are much debated.  The problem is that … Continue reading

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Why wasn’t the referendum binding?

In a previous post, I made the observation that there would not have been a legal challenge to the means of triggering notification under Article 50 of the TEU if the June referendum had been legally binding.  Although the Government … Continue reading

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