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‘Any Role to Play in UK Law? The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights’

Any Role to Play in UK Law? The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights by Anthony Speaight is published by Politeia, 14a Eccleston Street, SW1 W9LT, August 2019.

Publication: August 2019

PDF: Any Role to Play in UK Law? The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

*The Author: Anthony Speaight QC is a barrister in practice at 4 Pump Court. He Chairs the Research Unit of the Society of Conservative Lawyers, served as a member of the Government Commission on a UK Bill of Rights (2011-12) and was Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Group for Europe (1977). He is co-author of Law of Defective Premises (1982).

Enquiries to the Author: ASpeaight@4pumpcourt.com

Editor: Dr Sheila Lawlor, 0207 799 5034, sheila.lawlor@politeia.co.uk

Politeia: Joshua Murphy, 0207 799 5034 / 07779978866, press@politeia.co.uk

 

Anthony Speaight QC

Anthony Speaight QC is a barrister at 4 Pump Court who was a member of the Government Commission on a UK Bill of Rights. He recently co-authored Pardonable in the Heat of Crisis – but we must urgently return to the Rule of Law, with Guy Sandhurst QC. He is a past Vice-Chairman of the Bar Council’s IT panel and is currently Chair of Research of the Society of Conservative Lawyers and his Politeia publications include Covid-19 Contact Tracing: How Should Policy Proceed? (2020). He writes here in a personal capacity.

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