The Rape of the Constitution?

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Keith Sutherland
Imprint Academic, 2000 - 370 Seiten
Lord Hailsham once remarked that if you removed a brick from the wall of the British constitution, the building was likely to collapse; yet New Labour has embarked on a reckless path of constitutional change, with little regard for the long-term consequences. Has the increase in executive power turned Bagehot's disguised republic' into an elective dictatorship?

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Bagehot Revisited
1
Tony Benn How Democratic is Britain?
33
Jonathan Freedland Ten Steps to the Revolution
61
Gillian Peele New Structures Old Politics?
115
Simon Hughes and Duncan Brack Power Politics
129
Nevil Johnson Parliament Pensioned Off?
145
Bernard Weatherill The Law of Unforseen Consequences
163
Peter Carrington The Lords are ALeaping
187
J R Lucas Constitution and Democracy
199
The Democratic Case
213
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