Ten lords and one lady justice of the Supreme Court decided that triggering Article 50 requires the authority of parliament.
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The British government will take Brexit to court one more time
The third day of November 2016 was an historic day for parliamentary democracy. It was a day on which an investment fund manager and a hairdresser took on the might of the UK government in the High Court and won
A national health service is not a discretionary budgetary expense but rather it is a non-discretionary investment made in retaining or gaining a seat in parliament.
Though the UK leaves Europe, its English language will remain to unite Europe.
Nowhere else in the world of politics, other than in Britain, is there or could there be a Jeremy Corbyn
John Malcolm Fraser, prime minister of Australia from 1975 to 1983, passed away on 20 March 2015
A nation's sovereign right to determine matters within its borders is put at risk where its government signs a trade agreement which includes a dispute resolution clause known as an Investor State Dispute Settlement ('ISDS') clause
Mark Horner critically reviews four major themes of the G20 Leaders Communique
Edward Gough Whitlam ("Gough Whitlam"), a former Labour prime minister of Australia, passed away on 21st October, 2014 at 98 years of age