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2 thoughts on “Copyright

  1. I couldn’t find any other way to contact you so this will have to do. The problem with all discussions about the constitution is that they are confined to groups of academics who ware working to their own premises, and there doesn’t seem to be any way to challenge their (your) hypotheses. For instance, here is a question that no one wants to ask let alone try to answer:
    if the UK is a democracy there must be a day it first became a democracy. What date (the year will do) was this? If you don’t know the answer, you might like to publish my article on the subject.
    With best wishes
    Nick Inman
    Freelance constitutional hypothesiser

  2. Dear Colleagues
    I co-edit he Sceptical Scot site, a non-binary current affairs and cultural online magazine, and would like to reproduce the recent article/blog on referendums with full attribution if that is possible.
    Many thanks for a heads-up
    Kind regards
    David Gow

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