The King's Prerogative

@article{Caldecote1941TheKP,
  title={The King's Prerogative},
  author={Viscount Caldecote},
  journal={The Cambridge Law Journal},
  year={1941},
  volume={7},
  pages={310 - 323}
}
I may, I hope not inappropriately, begin by recalling a story told by our Chairman's distinguished predecessor, Sir William Anson, about Mr. Gladstone. While he was out of office, in 1890 Mr. Gladstone accepted an invitation to visit All Souls. The invitation included a request that he would give some kind of an address to the members of the Union Society, which had been the scene of his triumphs as an undergraduate sixty years ago. He agreed to do so and in a discussion with his host, the… 
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