Graver Constitutional Crisis

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I was asking the right hon. Gentleman to bear in mind that this is a much Graver Constitutional Crisis, because for the first time in our Parliamentary history the courts have provisionally - and for the moment it is only provisionally - asserted the right to interfere at the point when both Houses of Parliament have passed a Measure, when although the formal consent of the Privy Council has technically to be obtained, we are in the position in which the Royal Assent has to be given.

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