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N H S O G F E L O R D S C A R M A N R
T J W I E V F Y E B L V X A J Y Y S U
S S A U S D P U Y B F F B W G K E I C
D S L G Y M R B R A H D A J J V W S C
I P U M B M A K A H A N S A R D T W K
A E E A I V M P N B G Q V G H H K P M
L P W R N N B K O Q E F I P A Q S N Y
A P L G T E L J I Y H E E U F I C L V
N E E I E Y E G T X L Q X M O V C Q P
R R R N R K Q I C T G M V M H I G H P
E V Y A N P K K I K H Y M Y X M L Q G
T H M L A H H T D O D B N F S T I X H
X A L N L K I W C P M K I N E L T A B
E R K O A B H B X A D L E A K H E I R
A T H T I S B C S S R U V U N W F W F
Y N N E D G G M L Q P N S U I S I K V
O L D S S V Y C E Q N Q L A A J D R T
S M N C N E Y A G S K A A H Y P Q S O
E T D R J X B F W O B G B Q X U A B U

Clues

  • Aids outside of an Act of Parliament (8, 4)
  • Aids outside of an Act of Parliament - non British laws (6)
  • Aids outside of an Act of Parliament - report of whats said in Parliament during debates (7)
  • Aids outside of an Act of Parliament - used in cheeseman (10)
  • Aids within the statute (8, 4)
  • Aids within the statute - in older acts to set out the purpose (7)
  • Aids within the statute - may be long or short (5)
  • Aids within the statute - not very helpful as inserted after debates (8, 5)
  • The case in which Hansard was used to the teachers favour (11)
  • Whose view is it that Hansard "promotes confusion not clarity" (11)

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