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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: October, 2019
By: Editorial
Title: In Limbo Land!
Parliament, as the creator of law, has not in any real sense been subject to law. Things have been so arranged that Governments have created whatever law they needed. The present Government is trying to preserve that situation.
The Opposition seems to be driving the situation towards a Legislature semi-detached from the Executive, with both subject to a law system operated by the Judiciary—all grating on each other—the kind of thing that the world is littered with. But that is hope rather than expectation.

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From: Labour Affairs: Editorials
Date: October, 2019
By: Editorial
Title: Labour’s Neutral Brexit
a Labour victory at the next election will depend on its ability to focus the campaign on its radical economic and social programme for Britain

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From: Labour Affairs: Editorials
Date: October, 2019
By: Editorial
Title: Labour’s Neutral Brexit
Brexit will be the dominant issue in the general election. A neutral policy, in the event of a Labour victory and a second referendum, is therefore the only practical position to adopt

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From: Church & State: Articles
Date: October, 2019
By: Editorial
Title: When Courts Legislate and Parliaments Govern . . .
The point of this account is not to make subjective judgments on Good and Bad, but to describe how Parliamentary Government functioned up to the point when the Labour Party, as part of a majority Opposition in Parliament, decided to support the bringing of the law into Parliament, instead of ousting the Johnson Government and forming another government.

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From: Labour Affairs: Editorials
Date: September, 2019
By: Editorial
Title: Brexit Regardless Of Suffering
Labour's late change of heart, switching from Brexit ambiguity to a commitment to campaign for the UK to remain in the EU doesn't appear to have convinced the voters.

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