Jeff King is Professor of Law at UCL Faculty of Laws, and a Legal Adviser to the House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution. In this long read, he explores the constitutional implications of the quick passage of the European Union (Future Relationship) Act. This piece is an expansion of a Twitter thread posted on 30 December, 2020 in reaction to the bill’s passage. … Continue reading Looking Back at the EU Future Relationship Act
Kirsty Hughes argues that the UK is destined to become a satellite of the EU, and writes that the issue of Europe has become an ‘unending question’ for the whole of the UK. Continue reading The UK’s European Question is Far From Over
Political blogger Jon Worth lays out the varying terminology that could describe Brexit in the absence of a UK-EU deal. Continue reading The No Deal Brexit Terminology
International freight forwarder John Shirley offers his perspective on the future of the UK-EU customs relationship after Brexit. Continue reading Freight Industry Perspective: Customs Clearance in Post-Brexit Britain
Meg Russell, Director of the UCL Constitution Unit and Professor of British and Comparative Politics at UCL, examines the four factors which contributed to the parliamentary ‘perfect storm’ over Brexit, concluding that ‘parliament’ largely got the blame for divisions inside the Conservative Party. Continue reading Brexit and parliament: where did it all go wrong?