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Legal Commentator — Financial Times
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Law and policy commentator at @FT, @jackofkent, etc. Small 'l' liberal. Personal account: @lookabluesky. Email: dagreen.blog@ft.com

Press regulation: why ‘section 40′ on litigation costs should not be implemented

blogs.ft.com — This blog looks at law and policy, and it also looks at the media representation of legal and policy matters. The blog is usually written from a critical but liberal perspective. Nothing on this blog constitutes legal advice. David Allen Green is the author of the Jack of Kent blog and was previously legal correspondent of the New Statesman.

Theresa May, Hillsborough, human rights law and the politics of superficiality

blogs.ft.com — This blog looks at law and policy, and it also looks at the media representation of legal and policy matters. The blog is usually written from a critical but liberal perspective. Nothing on this blog constitutes legal advice. David Allen Green is the author of the Jack of Kent blog and was previously legal correspondent of the New Statesman.

The Privacy Dances

blogs.ft.com — This blog looks at law and policy, and it also looks at the media representation of legal and policy matters. The blog is usually written from a critical but liberal perspective. Nothing on this blog constitutes legal advice. David Allen Green is the author of the Jack of Kent blog and was previously legal correspondent of the New Statesman.

Leaks and liberty: policy and legal consequences of unauthorised big data releases

blogs.ft.com — This blog looks at law and policy, and it also looks at the media representation of legal and policy matters. The blog is usually written from a critical but liberal perspective. Nothing on this blog constitutes legal advice. David Allen Green is the author of the Jack of Kent blog and was previously legal correspondent of the New Statesman.

The Panama Papers: public interest disclosure v the right to private legal advice

blogs.ft.com — This blog looks at law and policy, and it also looks at the media representation of legal and policy matters. The blog is usually written from a critical but liberal perspective. Nothing on this blog constitutes legal advice. David Allen Green is the author of the Jack of Kent blog and was previously legal correspondent of the New Statesman.

England’s illiberal moment

blogs.ft.com — This blog looks at law and policy, and it also looks at the media representation of legal and policy matters. The blog is usually written from a critical but liberal perspective. Nothing on this blog constitutes legal advice. David Allen Green is the author of the Jack of Kent blog and was previously legal correspondent of the New Statesman.

Home Office, Saudi Arabia and the need for a ‘safe space’

blogs.ft.com — This blog looks at law and policy, and it also looks at the media representation of legal and policy matters. The blog is usually written from a critical but liberal perspective. Nothing on this blog constitutes legal advice. David Allen Green is the author of the Jack of Kent blog and was previously legal correspondent of the New Statesman.

The Investigatory Powers bill: will it work in practice?

blogs.ft.com — This blog looks at law and policy, and it also looks at the media representation of legal and policy matters. The blog is usually written from a critical but liberal perspective. Nothing on this blog constitutes legal advice. David Allen Green is the author of the Jack of Kent blog and was previously legal correspondent of the New Statesman.

The new Investigatory Powers Bill and the politics of ‘nodding along’

blogs.ft.com — This blog looks at law and policy, and it also looks at the media representation of legal and policy matters. The blog is usually written from a critical but liberal perspective. Nothing on this blog constitutes legal advice. David Allen Green is the author of the Jack of Kent blog and was previously legal correspondent of the New Statesman.

Why the reference to ‘international law’ in the UK’s Ministerial Code matters

blogs.ft.com — This blog looks at law and policy, and it also looks at the media representation of legal and policy matters. The blog is usually written from a critical but liberal perspective. Nothing on this blog constitutes legal advice. David Allen Green is the author of the Jack of Kent blog and was previously legal correspondent of the New Statesman.
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May 02, 2016

@carlgardner Constitution does not mention, and on that logic thereby did not intend, judicial review. Didn't stop Scalia.

May 02, 2016

"The fragility of Parliamentary Sovereignty" New post by me at @FT, tomorrow.

May 02, 2016

News media blames "human rights law" judgment. Turns out to be neither human rights law nor a judgment. twitter.com/ShoaibMKhan/st…

May 02, 2016

@Maggotlaw @BAILII I am sure @carlgardner and others would concur that these "constitutional" cases should be publicly available.

May 02, 2016

@Maggotlaw @BAILII These are the two "Implied Repeal" cases relevant to parliamentary sovereignty, see para 42 at bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/…

May 02, 2016

@Maggotlaw @BAILII Could we please have Vauxhall Estates Ltd [1932] and Ellen Street Estates Ltd [1934] somehow in public domain?

May 02, 2016

RT @JoshuaRozenberg: Useful guide to three excellent candidates nominated by Michael Gove for election as UK judge at human rights court htrightsinfo.org/nominees-next-…ps://t.co/s2MJM00en8

May 01, 2016

RT @NickCohen4: "Labour has a chronic sickness" Me in the Observer on the left and the Jews theguardian.com/politics/comme…

Apr 30, 2016

RT @StewartWood: Theresa May showed courage on Hillsborough, using the same ECHR that she wants the UK to leave. By @DavidAllenGreen. httpsblogs.ft.com/david-allen-gr…//t.co/MeNA84Aj5D


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