Law and policy commentator at @FT. Personal blog at @jackofkent.

Justice secretary Liz Truss is sadly another Chris Grayling

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.

What needs to be in a Brexit agreement?

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.

Brexit requires more than political will - it needs to be capable of happening

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.

It's less than 300 words, but this document will change Europe's future

ft.com — Britain's vote to leave the EU has already been hailed as one of the most momentous events in Europe since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Exiting the EU is the central task that Theresa May, the new prime minister, has set herself - even

Brexit and the challenges of reality

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.

żPor qué es tan importante el Artículo 50 para el Brexit?

expansion.com — La interpretación del Artículo 50 del tratado de la UE, que dispone cómo puede romper un estado miembro su relación con el bloque, determinará las condiciones de la salida de Reino Unido. La decisión de Reino Unido mediante referéndum de abandonar la UE ya ha sido calificada por algunos como uno de los acontecimientos más trascendentales acaecidos en Europa desde la caída del Muro de Berlín en 1989.

Why is Article 50 so important for Brexit?

ft.com — Britain's vote to leave the EU has already been hailed as one of the most momentous events in Europe since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Exiting the EU is the central task that Theresa May, the country's new prime minister, has set herself -

Brexit: the lowdown on the EU’s divorce manual

ft.com — Britain's vote to leave the EU has already been hailed as one of the most momentous events in Europe since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Exiting the EU is the central task that Theresa May, the country's new prime minister, has set herself -

David Davis, Brexit and the shapelessness of things to come

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.

Litigation is almost never the answer to political problems

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Sep 30, 2016

Have a great weekend, and thank you for following.

Sep 30, 2016

RT @OisinDubai: @ZacGoldsmith @DavidAllenGreen we had a civil war to establish parliament not the executive is sovereign. You lost, get over it

Sep 30, 2016

RT @tomtomorrow: A man who could plausibly become President was up in the middle of the night hate-tweeting about non-existent sex tape to…

Sep 30, 2016

Some are saying AG leading for HMG is because May wants to lose. No. HMG don't want court to limit scope of royal prerogative. Too valuable

Sep 30, 2016

@thebrieftweet Since which case, would you say? M v Home Office? GCHQ? Factortame? Malone?


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