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Ginsburg v. Barrett, an open seat on the US Supreme Court

The untimely death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would at any other point in time be the sole, contentious focus of American politics.  Instead, it has joined the US government’s deadly handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, President Trump’s indignant performance at the first Presidential debate, and now his positive test for the virus […]

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It’s the Constitution that’s holding back America

It is commonly mistaken that the UK doesn’t have a constitution, or that it doesn’t have a written constitution. It has both. When a House of Commons bill becomes law, it becomes part of our constitution. Or when a judge delivers a ruling on a case, that then becomes part of our constitution. This is […]

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The election that may have altered the path of the free world

Content Warning: Sexual assault reference For the past few weeks there has been  uproar all across America concerning the new candidate for the Supreme Court – Brett Kavanaugh.   In the most watched trial since the O.J. Simpson case, the enquiry into sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh drew in numbers that surpassed 20 million. […]