Over the last couple of weeks, I have been publishing as blog posts the updates that Robert Thomas and I have produced for our Public Law textbook. Each of the six updates that we published took the 2015 general election as a starting point and reflected on ways in which, in the light of the outcome of the election, the British constitution is changing or is likely to change over the course of this Parliament. Below are links to each of the updates:
- Update #1: Scotland and the Future of the Union
- Update #2: English Votes for English Laws
- Update #3: Devolution within England — The Cities and Local Government Devolution Bill
- Update #4: UK membership of the European Union and the EU Referendum Bill
- Update #5: House of Lords Reform
- Update #6: A British Bill of Rights?
Chapter 1 of the current edition of Public Law can be read online, free of charge, here.