To raise awareness and build understanding of legal and constitutional issues, and provide a source of debate and expertise on these subjects.
1. Brexit reading list: legal and constitutional issues
20/12/2017 - Parliamentary Research
Found: 20 December 2017 Brexit reading list: legal and constitutional issues Compiled by: Tim Robinson Contents:
2. The 2017-19 Minority Government & Opposition Days: pragmatism, precedent and power
05/03/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: (Humble Addresses) 6. Humble Addresses and Government legal advice 7. Motions of Censure 2 The 2017-19 Minority
3. Provision of legal services after the UK leaves the EU
19/11/2018 - Parliamentary Research
Found: CDP-2018-0255, 19 November 2018 Provision of legal services after the UK leaves the EU Contributor:
Found: has been an increase in attacks on members of the legal profession and human rights defenders in Colombia
5. Leaving the European Union: Stability of the United Kingdom’s Union
21/12/2018 - Parliamentary Research
Found: decision to leave the EU has given rise to constitutional questions about the future of relations between
1. Dissolution and Calling of Parliament Bill
12/05/2021 - Written Statements
1: the work of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee, the Lords Constitution Committee - Speech Link
2. Business without Debate
16/01/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: sub-committee appointed by it shall have power to appoint legal advisers and specialist advisers either to supply - Speech Link
3. Covid-19 Pandemic: Government Response
17/09/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: behalf of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee, I am grateful for the opportunity - Speech Link
2: wide-ranging public inquiry. We know that the Government Legal Service can set up inquiries quite quickly and that - Speech Link
02/11/2017 - Commons Chamber
1: Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will make a statement on the political situation - Speech Link
2: is eventually a political matter, rather than a legal one. Getting both parties to talk is the way forward - Speech Link
3: internal affairs of Spain. Talks for Spain are an internal matter. This is, indeed, a legal matter. We - Speech Link
5. Legal Advice: Prorogation
25/09/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: Attorney General if he will make a statement about his legal opinion on the advice given to Her Majesty the Queen - Speech Link
2: that judgment sets out the definitive and final legal position on the advice given to Her Majesty on the - Speech Link
3: very special day for Scots law and the Scottish legal tradition going back to the declaration of Arbroath - Speech Link
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Laura Farris MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 3000.
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