Tag: Public law
How election legislation has failed the UK’s visually-impaired voters
Aspiring barrister Lauren Slade explores the lack of statutory protection for the blind
Taylor v Catterall: rumble in the public law jungle?
Sports governing bodies beware, writes future magic circle trainee William Holmes
Struck out: Case challenging Tory/DUP deal falls at first hurdle
The grounds for judicial review weren't 'properly arguable in a court of law'
What can be done about the political activist who told Stoke Muslims to vote Labour or go to hell?
Election law ensures candidates can’t buy results, bribe voters or tamper with the ballot box
Why are Brits so unsure of their right to challenge government in the courts?
We don’t know our public law in the same way Americans seem to
Ex-Lord Chancellor Michael Gove wades into Brexit judge abuse row
Does he want his old job back?
How lawyers forced Theresa May to back the judiciary
Legal profession takes centre stage in constitutional crisis as Liz Truss left exposed
We’re still scrapping the Human Rights Act, says Liz Truss
Brexit fails to win reprieve for HRA
Legal dream team fights to make Brexit conditional on parliamentary backing
Big guns from Mishcon de Reya, Blackstone, Matrix and Monckton take aim at referendum decision
The case of Fox: A victory for plurality in the education system?
Religious studies syllabuses get the legal treatment
Civil law and common law: Total opposites or much of a muchness?
The steady convergence of the two systems
Does anyone actually care about the separation of powers anymore?
It may well only exist in the abstract nowadays, and that’s okay
Gove’s Bill of Rights is basically the same as the Human Rights Act, groans House of Lords
Government should shelve grand but pointless nationalist gesture
Religion and the law: Political correctness gone mad?
France is leading the way in the secularisation of the state, but will Britain follow its lead?
Devil’s advocate – why bishops in the House of Lords must go
Political power should be earned