The Rape of the Constitution?
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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The Democratic Case
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