"Brexit": A Constitutional, Diplomatic and Democratic Crisis. A View from the Trenches
Keywords:Brexit, referendum, European Union, constitutional law, international law
A discussion of the recent referendum in the United Kingdom (UK) on membership of the European Union (EU) and, in particular, to consider the immediate aftermath and longer-term implications of the decision to leave.
Duncan French, LLB (East Anglia), LLM (Nottingham), PhD (Wales, Cardiff).
Head of Lincoln Law School & Professor of International Law, University of Lincoln, UK.
Visiting Professor at the North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa.
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