Argue with an Academic: Anthony Speaight QC on a British Bill of Rights

Most Britons are aware, if only from last year’s celebrations, that Bills of Rights, like the industrial revolution, started here. Magna Carta is not the only one; we had another Bill of Rights, called just that, in 1689. That pair, along with their offshoots like Habeas Corpus and jury trial, have encapsulated a heritage of freedom which has spread from this country to many parts of the globe.  Continue reading “Argue with an Academic: Anthony Speaight QC on a British Bill of Rights”