Last Tuesday’s ruling by the British supreme court that Boris Johnson’s government acted unlawfully in proroguing parliament has been variously described as momentous, extraordinary, and unprecedented. For anyone familiar with Britain’s ancient unwritten constitution, it certainly was, but what does the Supreme Court’s judgment mean for Brexit?The answer is probably not very much. It was a judgment primarily concerned with process: under what circumstances can the British government suspend parliament… Subscribe from just 1€ Exclusive offers Choose the subscription that is right for you Monthly Subscription €1 For the first month €19.99 Monthly Thereafter Subscribe today Cancel anytime Annual Subscription €200€149 For the first year €199.99 annually thereafter Subscribe today Cancel anytime Quarterly Subscription €55€42 For the first 90 days €55.00 quarterly Thereafter Subscribe today Cancel anytime These offers are not available for current subscribers. Offers and pricing are subject to change without notice. Terms & Conditions Apply Please Subscribe or Log in to continue reading Please Subscribe or Log in to continue Subscribe Login
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