Rejecting rights and responsibility as the basis of the rule of law


Rejecting rights and responsibility as the basis of the rule of law

With an ever-increasingly complex democracy which not only delivers more and more “layers” of representation to consumers already bombarded with a myriad of choices, but also delivers more and more “systems” of legal processes targeted at different classes of individual citizens and organisations, it would appear that the very purpose of the rule of law has been fundamentally undermined, by its own dominant majesty

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