Friday 5th February: The Prime Minister has now received the EU's offer of a 'deal' on this country's future relations with the EU, and is prepared to negotiate on that basis. However, so far no answer has been given to the biggest question of all, 'Who Governs Britain?'
Here, Martin Howe QC reflects on the law as it stands and explains what would need to change if the British Parliament is, once again, to be at the helm.
As the Prime Minister seeks to renegotiate our terms of membership of the EU, ideas are also being floated of introducing domestic legislation to shore up the sovereignty of Parliament. Without entering into the fevered politics of how they play into the forthcoming referendum campaign...
December: Opening the way for disruptors, Russell Gould on the role of innovation and new entrants for the digital economy, 11th December
November: Come Clean with the People ... And Parliament will give you a fair ride! Lord Mcfall, 2nd November on the Tax Credits Vote and the message it sends to the Government
October: Sovereignty v Uncertainty? Dr Sheila Lawlor, 9th October on The UK and the EU
September: A Price worth Paying? The Cost of Nuclear. David Mowat MP, 25 September on the Hinckley Point announcement
August: Paying our Way. Is Britain on the road to economic recovery? Dr Ruth Lea CBE and John Mills, 3rd August on the prospects for Britain's economy.
July: Look Before You Leap!, Prof David Abulafia, 24 July on English Votes for English Laws
June: Mind over Muddle, Dr Sheila Lawlor, 26th June reflects on the life and work of Chris Woodhead
May: Opportunity Knocks: Scotland's Vote must be England's Opportunity, Professor Robert Tombs, 8 May