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Bill of rights and a written constitution

Comment 6th July 2010

It's all very well repealing some of these laws to restore our eroded civil liberties.  What is required is a 'Bill of Rights' which all citizens can understand and relate to, and a written constitution so that future governments cannot so easily introduce laws which have already been passed and which so many contributors to this site would like to see repealed.

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Without a 'Bill of Rights' and a 'Written Constitution' we could find ourselves again with a too powerful executive passing laws which makes it easy for a dictator to ease into power and police state to evolve.

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