Allister and Ors v PM [2022]


Description of impact

My article - The Supreme Court and devolution: the Scottish Continuity Bill
reference (Jur.Rev. 2019, 2, 190 – 197) - cited with approval in concurring judgment by McCloskey J (at p 122).

Judgment here:

Who is affected

Parties to the NI protocol


Article argued that courts had returned to a traditional understanding of parliamentary sovereignty. This was cited with approval. In academic terms, citation by senior courts is on eof the most significant forms of impact. This was a particular significant case heard by the NI Court of Appeal on the constitutionality of the post-EU Withdrawal NI Protocol.
Impact statusIn preparation