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Media Roundtable: The Brexit deadlock & Trump's judicial appointments

Mar 28, 2019

  

On this week's media roundtable, we’ll discuss the political crisis in the United Kingdom as the county approaches another Brexit deadline. On April 12th, the UK has to come up with a new plan — or leave the EU without a deal.

We’ll also look at coverage of the long-term consequences of Donald Trump’s overwhelmingly white, male conservative judges taking over many levels of the US federal court system.

Guests:

Eric Reguly, European bureau chief for The Globe and Mail

Mark Joseph Stern, legal writer for Slate

Web Resources:

Slate: Trump’s Lower-Court Judges Are Dismantling Roe v. Wade One Terrible Ruling at a Time

Globe and Mail: Brexit killed off the idea of copy-cat departures in the EU, but not Euroskepticism

The Guardian: Trump's legacy: conservative judges who will dominate US law for decades

The Irish Times: ‘Brexit is aggressive and dangerously nostalgic. The UK is in for a brutal chastening’