Peter Catterall

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Let's put it this way, would you trust anything this government says, given the way in which it interpreted an advisory [the EU] referendum to mean everything they wanted it to mean, and not anything they didn't want it to mean. In other words, I wouldn't trust them not to do Brexit in a way that does not suit its purposes because that's exactly what they've done down the line. The probability is that you're going to have a game plan that suits their purposes. So I think Labour's concerns on this are bang on the money.feedback
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Sep 12 2017 Brexit
Peter Catterall has most recently been quoted in an article called The theory that a key Brexit bill will keep the UK stealthily in the EU is just a distraction. Peter Catterall said, “The Great Repeal Bill essentially takes parliament's ability to approve or disapprove laws away. So, in that sense it gives massive discretion to ministers. The only thing that will happen then to control the power of ministers will be the position of the courts, so presumably what they'll be doing is to try and tie the courts as narrowly as possible to interpreting the will of parliament. They will likely build in the discretion for ministers to apply or disapply rules once Brexit has happened.”. Peter Catterall has been quoted a grand total of 4 times in 2 articles.
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