Exact scrutiny of private legislation by the public

Open to public appeal the process through which private interests use parliament to gain special privileges which go against the public good.

Why does this idea matter?

Government relies on not having to be a party to private legislation so the public has to be made aware of how it is that any individual, or association, including companies, corporations and Local Authorities are able to use private legislation to effect change to public statutes not for the benefit of the general public but capable of causing harm.

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