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UK's EU referendum dealt Major Blow

Hayley Holt, Robert Patman, TVNZ

Analysis of consequences and implications of breaking UK's electoral law by both LeaveEU and Vote Leave groups. Interview, Hayley Holt, Breakfast, TVNZ, 19 July 2018

Jolyon Maugham QC: ‘No Mandate for Brexit’

The YLJ, Jolyon Maugham QC

On Monday 17th December, the YLJ had the pleasure of sitting down with and picking the brains of Jolyon Maugham QC in his London chambers. Through his work with the Good Law Project (GLP), Maugham has brought three successful legal challenges affecting the way in which the UK sought to leave the European Union.

It's not May's Brexit plan but rather Brexit itself

Robert Patman

Analysis of Theresa May's faltering Brexit proposal. Interview, Bruce Munro, Global Insight, ODT, 12 December 2018

'Not cheating is the core of what it means to be British'

The Guardian

This video has been amended to remove inaccuracies and some personal information Shahmir Sanni, who worked for the official Vote Leave campaign, today breaks cover to raise concerns that the group behind the knife-edge 2016 vote in favour of Brexit – including key figures now working for Theresa May in Downing Street – may have broken the law by flouting referendum spending rules and then attempting to destroy evidence.

Brexit: Will there be a second referendum? l UpFront

Al Jazeera English

On this week’s UpFront, we debate Brexit and the prospects of a second referendum with Daniel Hannan, Conservative Member of the European Parliament and Lord Adonis, former Labour Cabinet Minister.

Was the Brexit vote free and fair? | UpFront

Al Jazeera English

The last year has seen mounting evidence of illegal campaign spending, data theft and foreign interference during the Brexit referendum campaign. Two pro-Brexit campaign organisations, Leave.Eu and Vote Leave, were fined and reported to the police by the Electoral Commission.

Who paid for Brexit? | People and Power

Al Jazeera

In June 2016, in a national referendum, the people of Britain opted by a small majority to leave the European Union. It was clear right away that it was to be a controversial decision of truly historical significance (to the UK, if not to everyone else), but few could have foreseen how it would go on to become one of the most divisive, long drawn out and consensus-shattering episodes in the country's recent history.

Anybody who denies they didn't see this coming...

Michael Dougan

Michael Dougan, the man who read the 585 pages of Theresa May's Brexit deal, was born in Belfast. He is Professor of European Law and Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law, at the University of Liverpool. Interview date: 13th September 2018.

BREXIT: Widespread Russian Interference

Graham Hughes

The only country in the world that will benefit from #Brexit is Russia. Everyone who voted "Leave" is playing right into their hands. There's even an official playbook... check it out... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foundat...

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