Law & Religion 2018 and 2019: retrospect and prospect


We began last year’s post with “Inevitably, much of 2017 was dominated by the General Election and by Brexit”. Apart from the absence of a General Election, 2018 has been more of the same. By the end of the year, during which we had covered various challenges in the courts, we ran with a strapline Brexit, Brexit and more Brexit, but commented ““Brexit” as understood on 29 March 2017 certainly does not mean “Brexit” as understood on 3 December 2018 and may probably mean something different by 29 March 2019”. Continue reading