June 24, 2020

The undercover policing inquiry has set a deadline of 26 June 2020 for written representations from its core participants and from the media about its proposals for hearing evidence from non-state core participants about their experiences of being subject to covert sur...

April 27, 2020

On 21 April 2020, the Court of Appeal handed down its judgment in the case of Secretary of State for the Home Department v Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants - the so-called “right to rent” case.  The Court unanimously agreed that the UK Government’s appeal ag...

April 22, 2020

“[t]hose aboard the Windrush...felt they were answering a call from the ‘motherland’ to help her in her time of need after World War Two.  They volunteered and left their homes behind to perform their duty with a sense of optimism and excitement” (Williams’ Review 2020...

April 3, 2020

The Coronavirus Act 2020 came into force on 25 March (s. 87).  For the next two years at least, it is likely to represent the UK Government’s main legal response to the coronavirus outbreak (s. 89(1) and  s. 90).  Like all legislative texts, the Coronavirus Act does no...

March 4, 2020

For several years now, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has been working toward the design and implementation of a single, centrally administered, examination which all prospective solicitors will be required to sit and pass.  The formal title of this new asse...

January 31, 2020

On 30 January 2020, the Council of the European Union (Council) voted to adopt  the agreement on the withdrawal of the UK and Northern Ireland from the EU (withdrawal agreement).  This followed the approval of the agreement by the European Parliament (EP) on 29 January...

January 9, 2020

Next Tuesday and Wednesday (14 and 15 January 2020), the Court of Appeal is scheduled to hear the government’s challenge against a High Court ruling on the lawfulness of  a key component of the regulatory regime created by the Immigration Act 2014 - the so-called “righ...

November 8, 2019

Racism in British universities is not being addressed, it is being managed.  As far as it is possible to do so, the “management” of racism principally takes the form of an assertion - advanced through a variety of discursive forms - that university governing bodies and...

October 23, 2019

On 19 October 2019, the UK Parliament was formally presented with the text of a document which purports to set out the terms on which the UK will withdraw from the European Union.  However, the inescapable conclusion to be drawn from the various transitional arrangemen...

October 9, 2019

As a consequence of the European Union (withdrawal) (No. 2) Act 2019, the European Council (EC) is bound to consider granting the UK a further extension on the Article 50(3) negotiating period, if, by 19 October 2019, the UK parliament has neither approved the terms by...

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