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Allison on The Westminster Parliament's Formal Sovereignty in Britain and Europe from a Historical Perspective @cambridgelaw

John W. F. Allison, Cambridge University Faculty of Law, has published The Westminster Parliament's Formal Sovereignty in Britain and Europe from a Historical Perspective as University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 47/2018. Here is the abstract. In … Continue reading

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Distracted Driving Awareness Month: Britain Got Tough

John and I just returned from a meeting of the International Society of Barristers in London.  We had a great time and learned a lot including some interesting information on how Britain is effectively dealing with distracted driving.  While riding … Continue reading

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First Women Lawyers in Great Britain & Empire – London, UK

St. Mary’s University, Twickenham, London continues its series of symposia on the First Women Lawyers in Great Britain and the Empire, with ‘The Road to 1919’ June 29, 2018. Abstracts are due April 23, 2018. Please contact Dr Judith Bourne, … Continue reading

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Is family test the answer to Broken Britain?

In the charred and smoking aftermath of the worst riots this country has seen for (at least) a generation, Prime Minster David Cameron seems to have woken up to the fact that families could be at the heart of mending … Continue reading

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‘Britain needs spy planes for security’

‘Britain needs spy planes for security’ The UK’s former military chiefs have warned that axing Nimrod spy planes as part of the government’s defense cuts poses a great danger to Britain’s security. Read more on Press TV

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