The elephant in the room is a kind of Brexit 2 – that several MPs want to withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights

 

Paul Magrath, barrister and advocate of transparency in the courts

 

We have seen populism politicize the media, universities, and religious institutions, and we may yet see the judiciary become increasingly politicized.

 

Nick Friedman, Research Fellow in Law, Oxford

 

The conflictual politics of Brexit can be traced back to features of the British constitution that encourage discord over dialogue; tribal loyalty rather than broad consensus

 

Neil Walker, Professor of Public Law, Edinburgh, will deliver our Trinity lecture on 13 May

 

 

A captivating and unknowable puzzle … Kore-eda’s homage to Kurosawa’s Rashomon

 

The Guardian

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