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Why the Scottish Parliament refusing a Brexit Legislative Consent Motion signals new constitutional complexities for the UK.Read More Scotland’s Brexit Bill Rejection Could Be The Start Of A New Constitutional Crisis
Why the Ministry of Justice now needs ‘strong and stable’ leadership in order to address its challenges.Read More The Justice System Is At Breaking Point After Years Of Unstable Leadership