From Elsewhere: Rule of Law becoming the rule of lawyers
Frazer Nelson of the Spectator on why judicial activism means that we need a Bill of Rights more than ever than before.
“Rule of law is becoming rule by lawyers, as Harry Mount argued in a recent Spectator cover story. The laws of the land should be decided in Parliament by elected politicians, not by barristers like Starmer and the sooner a Bill of Rights makes this point, the better.”
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