Working to make government more effective

Raphael Hogarth


Raphael was a research associate at the Institute, working on Brexit. He is now a pupil barrister, and continues to work with the Institute on issues relating to the law and the constitution.

Raphael was formerly a visiting lecturer in constitutional law at City Law School, and a leader writer and columnist for The Times. He holds a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford.  

All work

09 SEP 2020 Explainer

UK Internal Market Act

After the end of the transition period, the UK government and the devolved administrations will no longer be collectively bound by EU law.

30 JUN 2020 Explainer

Coronavirus: local lockdowns

A local lockdown is a partial or full re-imposition of measures to control the spread of the coronavirus in a specific locality.