I’m in favour of a British constitution, as I have briefly said here many times. Reading his piece in The Times today it sounds as if the Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks is also in favour of one, although he’s being very vague about it. He says we need “a covenant” but doesn’t exactly elaborate on what it could be. As I stated in my short piece for Prospect magazine recently, it can only take shape in form of a constitution.
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