Can the King resign?

6–9 minutes to read

Yesterday, there was a flurry of social media messages that the King had resigned. Can His Majesty do that? That is the question. What is the answer?

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What Next in 2019? Hades or glades?

5–8 minutes to read

From 09 May, 2018 to the last day of the year, a period spanning 236 days, much has happened - and not happened. The nation is poised between Darkness and Light, divided by a narrow ...

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The Romans, the British, and the oracle at the Royal Military College

9–13 minutes to read

The year 2019 opens a door to many possibilities. Come ten years, where will the nation be? Will we be sunk by gradually returning to the old system? Will our leaders bring us ...

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Can Cabinet Ministers quarrel in public?

7–10 minutes to read

Public spats between ministers is on the rise. Is there a law against it? How does parliamentary democracy operate in these situations? If ministers feel strongly about something, what should they do? ...

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Is it time to regulate online legal services offered by non-lawyers?

9–13 minutes to read

The Internet is a Great Connector. On the one side are non-lawyers offering 'legal services'. On the other, unsuspecting consumers. If the consumer is given wrong advice, who will protect him? Is it time for ...

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Why do people decorate a Christmas tree?

3 minutes to read

The imagery of Christmas is all about. Adorned with colourful baubles, a living tree at the hearth. An array of twinkling lights, without. The promise of warm food. Strangers wishing each other, 'Merry Christmas!' And ...

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