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News archive 2019

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Robert Craig

29 August 2019 

What happens after a vote of no confidence in the UK Prime Minister? Robert Craig with LSE Law attempts to set out a route map.



Jo Murkens-2015

28 August 2019

“Johnson acts like a puppet king:” Dr Jo Murkens provides some analysis on the behaviour of Boris Johnson and the unfolding events at Westminster.











Kai Moller

18 July 2019

Circumcision: a child's perspective
Dr Kai Möller on the underlying trauma of circumcision and its relationship to the human rights of a child.























14 June 2019

Consent, Legitimation and Dysphoria

The 2019 Chorley Lecture by Professor Robin West.





































13 March 2019

Report from the House of Lords Communications Committee:
Regulating in a digital world




11 March 2019

Job opportunity:
LSE Fellow (up to two posts available)






6 March 2019

Job opportunity
Undergraduate Student Adviser










19 February 2019

Job opportunity:
Assistant Professor in Law (European Union Law)













Insa Koch-2014

9 January 2019

Dr Insa Koch
Everyday authoritarianism: an anthropology of citizenship and welfare in austerity Britain (LSE British Politics and Policy Blog)











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RT @hutko: Join us on Thursday! Book launch: Trans-Atlantic Dialogues on Flexibility and Tailoring​​ of Injunctions in Patent Law https://t…

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