Tagged with International law

Brexit – The Devil and the Details

I’ve heard a lot about how hard Brexit will be, and the governments rush into it is worrying. Here’s an article from the i’s Jim Armitage which provides an example of the complexities ahead, and should terrify anyone in these islands. The complexity of untangling 44 years of seamless trade and regulation with Europe is … Continue reading

A Real Devil’s Advocate

Last week, the French defence lawyer Jacques Verges died. This is not something that would normally find its way onto this blog, but he was a truly extraordinary man, having defended a large number of people that many of us would find utterly indefensible. He was most perhaps most famous for defending the Nazi War … Continue reading