Constitution

Ignorance is a useful weapon in the war on our constitution

The ex-PM’s dangerous quest to salvage a legacy

Think twice about Labour’s constitutional plans

The Queen’s absence serves as a reminder of the enduring importance of the monarchy

Bercow remains a grim warning about what a politician can still do in the chair, if he puts his mind to it

Reform of judicial review is a solution without a problem

If MPs cannot curb rule by decree, then they have little constitutional relevance

Natascha Engel reviews Unspeakable by John Bercow

Far from being enemies of the people, our judges have a fine record in ignoring political considerations when making their rulings