Daily Archives: October 8, 2013

Crowdsourcing a written constitution

Neatly timed to coincide with the start of a new academic year, when up and down the country students of law and politics will be discussing the relative merits of a written constitution, the London School of Economics Institute of … Continue reading

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Last preserve of the ‘establishment’? Who are the Privy Council?

This week the Privy Council will make a decision about the form of press regulation to be introduced following the Leveson Inquiry, but what exactly is this mystical body which is being invoked to solves the nation’s problems? The Privy … Continue reading

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