Nicola McEwen asks how might the devolved governments of Wales and Scotland respond to Boris Johnson's proposals for Northern Ireland?
Mary C. Murphy of University College Cork discusses the Prime Minister’s ‘compromise’ for Northern Ireland.
Richard Parry discusses the UK’s long-awaited articulation of what ‘alternative arrangements’ for Ireland might mean
By Professor Michael Kenny, Director of the Bennett Institute for Public Policy and Jack Sheldon, Research Assistant and PhD candidate, both at the University of Cambridge.
The chance of the UK leaving the European Union without a deal in place has increased significantly since the election of Boris Johnson to the roles of leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Mi
Stephen Tierney of Edinburgh University outlines the Supreme Court's decision.
Aileen McHarg, Professor of Public Law and Human Rights at Durham University responds to the judgement, arguing that the ruling marks a comprehensive defeat for the government
Michael Keating reflects on today's ruling, arguing that 'the Supreme Court at last start to act like a constitutional court'
Richard Parry discusses the way that the UK Government made it easy for the Supreme Court to regard the prorogation decision as
Dan Wincott of Cardiff University responds to the ruling of the Supreme Court.