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

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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