Comment Keep calm, Commons by David Hannay | 10.02.2017 There is too much frothing at the mouth over the Lords’ Brexit role. Comment MPs must vet deal at same time as European Parliament by Hugo Dixon | 25.01.2017 If there’s one thing parliament should insist on following Supreme Court ruling, it’s to scrutinise any deal soon enough to make an impact. Comment Government grilled in Supreme Court Brexit hearing by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 09.12.2016 The government will need to be proved right in every argument to proceed as it wishes. Its lawyers received something of a grilling. Comment Continued attacks on judicial independence out of order by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 05.12.2016 The rule of law must stand above the rule of the crowds Comment MPs should insist on vetting final Brexit deal by Hugo Dixon | 16.11.2016 If parliament doesn’t like the divorce terms - or if May fails to produce any deal - it must be able to force a change of course. Farage judges the judges by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 11.11.2016 UKIP leader told BBC viewers it’s “difficult” to trust High Court judgments. His reasoning is flawed. Comment A pale and unconvincing story by David Hannay | 08.11.2016 Theresa May should take a leaf out of her own book and bring her negotiating strategy to parliament before triggering EU's divorce clause. 5 things the press got wrong on the Article 50 judgement by Charlie Mitchell | 04.11.2016 From disputing the judgement to violent rhetoric against it, the Mail and Express launched a savage attack but were wrong on many aspects. Comment Judgement unleashes Brexiter vitriol against MP’s scrutiny by David Hannay | 04.11.2016 Brexiteers angry at High Court ruling that parliament must have a say on Article 50. But MPs debated EU Treaty issues in the past. Comment Now we need a Green Paper, Theresa May by Hugo Dixon | 03.11.2016 It’s good PM will need MPs’ approval before triggering Article 50. But for vote to be informed, May must now reveal her Brexit plan. Comment Article 50 isn’t the main parliamentary battleground by Nick Kent | 19.10.2016 The repeal of the European Communities Act is where the real parliamentary battle will be fought. Comment May won’t use strongest legal argument in Article 50 case by Hugo Dixon | 13.10.2016 There’s a legally smart, politically toxic argument: triggering clause isn’t tantamount to quitting EU because we could change our minds.