One Year on from the EU Referendum

Referendums are a relatively new feature in the UK’s constitutional landscape and, considering the EU referendum’s limited franchise, it misrepresents the result to suggest that it spoke for the whole of the country, write Tammy Hervey and Jo Shaw. They argue that, going forward, it is essential to ensure that the UK’s democratic system reflects […]

Three Scenarios for the Outcome of the UK’s EU Referendum

The result of the UK’s referendum on EU membership will have significant implications for the country’s relationship with the rest of Europe and its own constitutional future, writes Kirsty Hughes. She argues that, whatever the outcome of the vote, the impact on the UK is likely to be substantial, long-term and broadly negative. Extended Article […]