Thursday, 23 June 2011
The Death of David Kelly - Reform of the Office of Attorney General
Readers who are interested in the constitutional role and powers of the Attorney General may find the following 2008 report by the House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution to be of interest: Reform of the Office of Attorney General.
Posted by Andrew Watt at 06:49
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the Attorney would however have the power to stop or prevent a prosecution (or investigation by the Serious Fraud Office) where this is thought to be necessary for the purpose of safeguarding national security—and must report to Parliament each time this provision is used;