Reflecting on the qualified EU law primacy in the UK constitutional law

Elise Tai
Undergraduate Law Student, University of Hertfordshire, School of Law

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In a recent blog post, Elliot reflects on the HS2 case in regards to a hierarchy of domestic constitutional norms and the qualified primacy of EU law. He addresses one aspect of the decision concerning the construction of the proposed “HS2” high-speed rail network, dicta in regards to the relationship between the UK and EU Law, as well as the nature of the UK’s constitutional order. Continue reading

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