The Constitution Unit
Lord Chancellor Robert Buckland discusses the government's constitutional reform agenda
Lord Chancellor Robert Buckland delivered the keynote speech to open our conference on Johnson's constitutional reform agenda in which he provided an overview of the government's plans.
This episode is a recording of the Lord Chancellor Robert Buckland QC MP kicking off our two-day conference jointly organised with the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Oxford University and UK in a Changing Europe with a speech outlining the government's plans for constitutional reform. The speech was delivered on 17 June 2021.
- All conference outputs such as videos, audio, blogs and reading lists
- Transcript of the speech by Robert Buckland, published 17 June 2021.
- The UK’s Post-Brexit ‘Constitutional Unsettlement’, by Colm O'Cinneide on Verfassungsblog (referenced in the transcript of the speech), published 16 April 2021.
- Conceptual overreach threatens the quality of public reason, by John Tasioulas on Aeon Essays (referenced in the transcript of the speech), published 29 January 2021.
- Flexing the constitution, response to Buckland's speech by Joshua Rozenberg on A Lawyer Writes, published 19 June 2021.
- Robert Buckland’s call for the courts to narrow their remit is misguided, response to Buckland's speech by Jonathan Jones on the Institute for Government blog, published 19 June 2021.
- Calls for the courts to narrow their remit are deeply troubling, response to Buckland's speech by Jonathan Jones in the Independent, published 19 June 2021.