Monthly Archives: March 2013

A brief thought on entrenching a 2/3 majority vote in legislation

In constitutional theory Westminster is supreme and Parliament cannot bind its successors. This is overstated and subject to political checks (and particular issues in the context of Scots law given arguments about “fundamental law” in the Acts of Union) but … Continue reading

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McCluskey’s plans for world domination

Yesterday saw the publication of the findings of the McCluskey group on the possible implementation of the reforms suggested by Leveson, LJ in Scotland. The report of the group is here. This is not the place to review the membership … Continue reading

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