Peter Fisher & Elvinas Kukys – v2 Law Blog
Hello loyal readers! Its Peter Fisher here, many of you have been in touch to ask me where I have been the past month or so and when we would get things rolling on the blog again and for all those of you that have stuck with us this exam period and shown us your support I would like introduced the brand new, totally awesome new topic series… Continue Reading
Constantly hearing people talking about how UK should leave the European Union and not giving any reasons, has inspired this article.
- 1. Free trade – It stimulates cross-border competition, driving down prices and increasing productivity, and increases direct foreign investment in the UK. Most critically, membership remains crucial for Britain as a major trading nation:
“If the UK was not in the EU it would be on its own in a world of powerful regional trading blocs such as NAFTA, ASEAN or MERCOSUR…These large blocs would all have the advantages of large domestic markets in global trade negotiations, leaving the UK at a comparative disadvantage.” Continue Reading
The Royal Prerogative today refers to ‘those legal attributes of the Crown which the Common law recognises at differing significantly from those of private persons.’ Both the monarch and the government need powers to execute their constitutional functions. The rule of law obliges these powers are chastised in law and the Parliament has also put some prerogatives on a constitutional basis. Traditionally, the Monarch may reign, but the Sovereign by constitutional convention came to act on governmental advice, so that prerogative powers came to be used by ministers on the Sovereign’s behalf. On the other hand, Parliament was not directly involved in that transfer of power.
To start with, the Government should have more say on the prerogative decision-making powers Continue Reading
Buying a property will probably be your biggest single investment, so it’s important to do it properly so you could enjoy yourself without experiencing any encumbrances, such as people that you have nothing in common knocking on your door and claiming rights to your property. The key is getting all the facts about a property early on so that you can make an informed decision about whether you want to buy. Continue Reading