Is there an “elective dictatorship” in the UK?
Jones and Norton (2014, p. 256) states that the 1970s and the 1980s saw fomenting demands for political restructuring of the United Kingdom’s fundamental law. The mode of government seemed to be bogging down and performing below par; the United Kingdom was reeling from a serious economic crisis, labour and industrial disruptions, civil conflict in Northern Ireland, and domestic disturbances in cities such as Bristol and in Liverpool. Detractors of the UK Constitution proffered the position that the fundamental law needed to be retooled.
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