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Last week’s judgment of the Supreme Court (“Miller/Cherry”1) that Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament was unlawful has been greeted as a “...

I see no point in denouncing today’s judgment of the Supreme Court, which has ruled the prorogation of Parliament “unlawful.” Granted, this is not a...

Earlier this month, I advised the Government to cut through our political deadlock by using the Civil Contingencies Act to declare a state of...

Following the drama of the past two weeks which culminated in the embarrassing behaviour of opposition MPs blocking the Speaker’s chair in the...


Over the weekend Special Counsel Robert Mueller finally concluded his investigation into the possibility of “collusion” between the Trump campaign...

In Britain, there are dramatic events that require explanation. Prime Minister Theresa May, in tears, resigns as head of government and leader of the...

At the time of writing, a bill to delay Britain’s exit from the European Union beyond the October 31st deadline is making its way through the House...

It seems that every week brings more bad news to the liberal elite who still retain their iron grip of control over our education establishments,...

To the question of whether Europeans owe anything to Britain the answer, I agree, is most certainly yes.  As to whether Britons owe anything to...

The EU summit in Brussels at the end of June and the NATO summit in Warsaw at the beginning of July, following the Brexit referendum for Great...

In spite of the fact that we are now more than two years after the event, the sore losers on the “Remain” side of the Brexit vote persist in their...

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