Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016
Or why providing advice on a lobbying strategy can be most useful and beyond the reach of the five-year rule against lobbying by former ministers.
The Bedford case shows that private-sector actors can create new law through the courts on matters that prior to the 1982 Charter of Rights would likely have been addressed in Parliament.
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