The best way of thinking about it isn’t to fix one’s gaze on direct subsidies, but to look wider – at our failure to turn British ideas into British prosperity.
Biden has recently reaffirmed the Trump administration’s refusal to extradite Anne Sacoolas.
So the only question that remains, given this new compromise plan, is: what’s the Government’s objection now?
The Government acted promptly, the EU didn’t – and Brussels’ furious response suggests competition could get ugly.
The Government’s plan may mean a change from the Court to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council – widening the set of judges who sit.
State action to regulate social media is unproblematic in principle, but deeply problematic in practice – and the law of unintended consequences applies.
From medical prognoses through doctors’ assessments to non-existent codes of practice, the proposal lacks reliable safeguards.
Austerity era cuts have turned parts of the country outside the great cities into ‘deserts’, with no readily accessible support for millions of residents.
“We will ensure that Northern Ireland businesses have unfettered access to UK markets,” says Lewis.
It is quite shocking that the Equality Act has been left totally unreformed, since it has morphed into the central juridical weapon of the left.
An important point to consider is whether or not respect for the way all law works has declined.
When such Brexiteers as Michael Howard and Norman Lamont are tearing into you over international law, you have just a bit of problem.
Plus: Deteriorating broadsheet standards, a divided United Kingdom. And: nineteen years on from 9/11.
It may be good tough talk to speak of breaking international law, but it does not engender respect. His exact words were not even factually correct.
Johnson and Cummings’ previous assaults on the pre-Brexit order have been brilliantly conceived. This one may not be up to the same standard.