The Welsh legal group ‘Justice for Wales’ published its pamphlet on the case for a Welsh legal jurisdiction, and extensive devolution of the legal and justice system, last week. There’s news coverage of it from the Western Mail here and BBC News here. I don’t necessarily agree with their arguments (and I’ll have more to say about questions of a Welsh legal jurisdiction shortly), but their ideas certainly ought to be considered seriously.
As Justice for Wales doesn’t have its own website, readers may wish to download their pamphlet from this blog. The PDF of the Welsh version is here, and that of the English one is here.
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