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Against a written constitution

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No one enjoys radical change quite as much as constitutional lawyers. When Gordon Brown hinted that one of the projects of his premiership might include the production of a written constitution for the United Kingdom, he could be sure of a warm welcome from within the faculties of law and politics. The project is attractive to academics for many reasons: there is the fun of debating abstruse constitutional issues, the chance of bringing certainty to areas long characterised by vagueness, a...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
Social Sciences Division
Department:
Faculty of Law
Oxford college:
Trinity College
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Author
Publisher:
Sweet & Maxwell Publisher's website
Journal:
Public Law Journal website
Volume:
2008:2
Issue:
1
Pages:
11-18
ISSN:
0033-3565
Language:
English
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ora:2988
Deposit date:
2009-10-15

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