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Attorney General

Asked if the Attorney General had provided a formal opinion to the Government that the rest of the Bill was "ok" as far as the ECHR was concerned, and it was only those parts mentioned that needed derogation, the PMOS said the Bill was based on sound legal analysis, but as the journalist knew, we did not go into the detail of internal Governmental discussions.

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  1. Maybe after all that’s been happening here it’s about time we did! After all, you wouldn’t want to keep it secret so as to mis-inform the voting public. That would be anti-democratic.

    Comment by Julian Todd — 5 Mar 2005 on 12:09 pm | Link

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