Monday, October 09, 2006
Well at last some sense from the attorney general who says that a written constitution for the UK should be "seriously" considered. He went on to oppose Camerons suggestion of a Bill of Rights to replace the Human Rights Act. He now says there are strong reasons in principle to consider a written constitution. I agree with him although I am slightly puzzled as to why he has come out now and made this statement. Have I missed something?