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Sovereignty, Judges and Brexit

Tweet So before I get on to the more substantive topics can I just take a minute to bask in the reaction yesterday and today from the hard core Brexiteers and the Daily Heil (et al). People, and publications, who … Continue reading

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04. November 2016 by Ralph Ferrett
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The Case for an Early Election

Tweet And why I hope it doesn’t happen. I heard it said, and argued, that in UK the system we elect MPs rather than parties Governments or Prime Ministers and that therefore based on our constitutional arrangements there is no … Continue reading

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11. July 2016 by Ralph Ferrett
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New Tory PM and the Brexit dilemma

Tweet At some point in the next few weeks we are going to have a new Prime Minister,  who will be elected by approximately 0.2% of the British public (Yay we got our democracy back…. Wait what?). Whether it is … Continue reading

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08. July 2016 by Ralph Ferrett
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