In this article for New Law Journal I share with you my end of term Brexit summertime reflections. 

In 1970 Mungo Jerry sang in a summer anthem* of the optimism of the summertime when the weather was hot. Two years later Alice Cooper gave a rather more anarchic view of the summer break**. The government, more in the Alice Cooper style, sought an early break from school last month suggesting entering the recess a week early to avoid the constant hostility that many in the House of Commons wish to visit upon it and its new Brexit policy enshrined in the recently published white paper…

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