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Last night, Dominic Cummings indicated that there are “loopholes” in the Benn Act when accosted in the street by a journalist. This followed comments from constitutional lawyers and former prime minister John Major about how the government might use prerogative Privy Council orders to amend the law.

Such orders, however, could not be used to abolish or amend an act of parliament – their use for such purposes was dispensed with by the British Bill of Rights in 1689.

Emergency orders allowed by the Civil Contingencies Act – another potential loophole of the Benn Act that is cited – would not work for the government either, particularly given that the courts would almost certainly quash them immediately....

Last night, Dominic Cummings indicated that there are “loopholes” in the Benn Act when accosted in the street by a journalist. This followed comments from constitutional lawyers and former prime minister John Major about how the government might use prerogative Privy Council orders to amend the law.

Such orders, however, could not be used to abolish or amend an act of parliament – their use for such purposes was dispensed with by the British Bill of Rights in 1689.

Emergency orders allowed by the Civil Contingencies Act – another potential loophole of the Benn Act that is cited – would not work for the government either, particularly given that the courts would almost certainly quash them immediately....

Last night, Dominic Cummings indicated that there are “loopholes” in the Benn Act when accosted in the street by a journalist. This followed comments from constitutional lawyers and former prime minister John Major about how the government might use prerogative Privy Council orders to amend the law.

Such orders, however, could not be used to abolish or amend an act of parliament – their use for such purposes was dispensed with by the British Bill of Rights in 1689.

Emergency orders allowed by the Civil Contingencies Act – another potential loophole of the Benn Act that is cited – would not work for the government either, particularly given that the courts would almost certainly quash them immediately....

Last night, Dominic Cummings indicated that there are “loopholes” in the Benn Act when accosted in the street by a journalist. This followed comments from constitutional lawyers and former prime minister John Major about how the government might use prerogative Privy Council orders to amend the law.

Such orders, however, could not be used to abolish or amend an act of parliament – their use for such purposes was dispensed with by the British Bill of Rights in 1689.

Emergency orders allowed by the Civil Contingencies Act – another potential loophole of the Benn Act that is cited – would not work for the government either, particularly given that the courts would almost certainly quash them immediately....