Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR — 1 April 2019

This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary takes a slight detour into the realms of folly, looking at all the week’s stories that might have been an April Fool’s Day jest, but actually weren’t. Hold onto your hats — unless you’re throwing them into the ring of course.

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Erasmus reincarnated, considers another book. Picture by Gratisography

Constitutional law

Can the Queen refuse her assent to legislation?


Who next for Prime Minister? You decide.

Elections and deselections

Electoral law

Vote Leave not appealing

And finally…

Brexit Express: full steam ahead!

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