Tag Archives: parliamentary sovereignty

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    November 13, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    I am going to explain how Clause 7 of the EU Withdrawal Bill this week takes away control from Parliament …
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  2. Does a ‘meaningful vote’ on the Brexit deal mean it can be amended and rejected?

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    October 30, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    The Government has announced that the EU Withdrawal Bill will have its next appearance in Parliament on the 14th of …
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  3. EU Withdrawal Bill: Is Henry VIII coming back?

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    September 11, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    So today sees the big debate on the second reading of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill. This significant Act of …
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  4. Why Parliament must have a say on Article 50 and Brexit

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    November 5, 2016 by Paul Goldsmith

    It is no surprise that even though Steven Phillips voted for Brexit, he has resigned as an MP as a …
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  5. EU Referendum – How globalisation blurs the difference between Control and Sovereignty

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    June 7, 2016 by Paul Goldsmith

    The key principle for many in the Vote Leave campaign is that of ‘sovereignty’, which is the right of a …
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  6. A written constitution – Would an independent Scotland close the democratic deficit

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    September 14, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    The Uk is one of the only countries in the world without a written, codified constitution. The UK’s constitution, as …
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