That's the interest of the Putney Debates ... we can draw from debates that occurred long before we were born things that are relevant to us and our grandchildren.
 

Tony Benn, politician and writer

 

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, Regius Professor of Public Law, University of Edinburgh

 

Without civic engagement, it is difficult to see how 'constitutional patriotism’ might emerge, and how populist constitutionalism may be defeated or at least curtailed.

 

Paul Blokker, sociologist and expert on populism and constitutional politics

 

 

Aside from Uber’s anticompetitive practices, it is known for a lack of due care of the precarious working conditions of its drivers.

 

Drs Xue, Chung, and Yu, Policy Brief authors

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