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Complete List of FB’s Writings (Web titles)

 

Note This table shows web titles, that is descriptive titles (which are not necessarily the same as actual titles). It is extracted from the Website List of FB’s Writings, omitting document descriptions (PDF, HTML, image) and other unnecessary matter. It does not include some items recently added to the Website. If the web title is different from the actual title only the web title is shown, though sometimes the actual title is left followed by a brief explanatory comment. If no publication details are given it is published only on this site.

 

1939.001 FB's 1939 Scribbling Diary

 

1944.001 Prize winning short story, Malcolm Club Monthly Bulletin No.6, March-April 1944

 

1946.001 FB’s Oxford Freshman Journal

1946.002 Introduction to essays written by FB whilst at Balliol

1946.003 'The art of Thomas Hardy', Balliol Freshman essay by FB (Oct 1946)

1946.004 'What improvements in the daily press do you think desirable or possible?' Balliol Freshman Essay by FB (Nov 1946)
1946.005 'On decadent societies' Balliol Freshman essay by FB (Nov 1946)
1946.006 'Which is the more deplorable, the scientist who knows nothing about the humanities, or the humanist who knows nothing about science?' Balliol Freshman essay by FB (Nov 1946)
1946.007 'The place of music in education' Balliol Freshman essay by FB (Dec 1946)

1946.008 "Possible meanings of the expression ‘the will is free’", Balliol essay by FB (Nov 1946)

1946.009 'The moral worth of natural benevolence', Balliol essay by FB

1946.010 'The character of an age', Balliol Freshman essay by FB

1946.011 'What is meant by classical art, music and literature?', Balliol Freshman essay by FB

 

1947.001 'Human goodness and Rashdall’s refutation of hedonism.', Balliol essay by FB

1947.002 'How Chamberlain’s policy of imperial expansion made the Boer War inevitable.', Balliol essay by FB

 

1949.001 T001 - Charity law: cats or monks?, The Times, 19 Apr 1949

1949.002 ‘Cellini the Superb’, Everybody’s Weekly, 1 Jan 1949

 

1951.001 ‘Should breach of promise go?’ (anonymous), Everybody’s Weekly 14 July 1951

 

1953.001 ‘Want of consideration’, 16 MLR (1953) 441

 

1955.001 'Bratislava Landscape', Published only on this website

 

1956.001 Note on Copyright Law. Published only on this website.

 

1958.001 ‘The Westminster Parliamentary Counsel Office (PCO) in the 1950s: FB’s Journal

 

1960.001 Ghana Constitution 1960 (drafted by FB)

 

1961.001 ‘Copyright and the Statute of Westminster’, 24 MLR (1961) 355

1961.002 ‘Mistake in the construction of contracts’ (with P S Atiyah), 24 MLR (1961) 421

 

1962.001 The Constitutional Law of Ghana, Publishing Details

1962.001.111 Nature of Ghana’s 1960 Constitution

1962.001.003 Part 1 Chapter 1 - Constitutional Evolution

1962.001.074 Part 1 Chapter 2 - Creation of the Republic

1962.001.259 Part 3 Chapter 6 - Modes of legislation

1962.001.262 Statutory instruments in Ghana

1962.001.284 British Colonial system of publishing laws

1962.001.298 Part 3 Chapter 7 - Legislative Functionaries

1962.001.350 Part 3 Chapter 8 - Legislative Methods: Acts of Parliament

1962.001.473 Appendix A - Ghana Constitution 1960

 

1963.001 ‘Animal Rights’

 

1964.001 Note by FB on use of Hansard etc ('Use of Hansard and other legislative history in statutory interpretation')

1964.002 Note on Legislative History, Published only on this website.

 

1965.001 T002 - Rates: valuation of properties, The Times, 9 December 1965

1965.002 FB's message to RICS members on his appointment in 1965, The Chartered Surveyor Vol 98 No. 4 Oct 1965 p.161

 

1966.001 ‘Suggestions on the form and publication of statute law’, RICS 28 May 1966

1966.002 ‘RICS Presidential World Tour - FB’s diary’

 

1967.001 ‘The scope for joint action by the professions’,

 

1968.001 Founding of Parliamentary Counsel Office and Statute Law Society, LG Sept 1968

1968.002 ‘Estate agents and racism’ (letter), EG 27 Apl 1968

1968.003 History of Estate Agents Registration to 1967, EG (1968) 206, 427, 543, 661, 779, 887

1968.004 Letter on ‘Justice for All’ published in an unknown journal

 

1969.001 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code, Publishing Details

1969.001.00a Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Title page

1969.001.00b Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Preliminary

1969.001.00c Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Contents

1969.001.00d Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Introductory

1969.001.001 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 01

1969.001.017 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 02

1969.001.035 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 03

1969.001.058 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 04

1969.001.070 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 05

1969.001.081 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 06

1969.001.098 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 07

1969.001.108 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 08

1969.001.121 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 09

1969.001.132 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 10

1969.001.142 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 11

1969.001.149 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 12

1969.001.171 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 13

1969.001.190 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 14

1969.001.230 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Chapter 15

1969.001.238 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Appendix 1

1969.001.254 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Appendix II

1969.001.269 Professional Ethics: The Consultant Professions and their Code - Index

 

1970.001 Tangling with the Law: Reforms in Legal Process, Publishing Details

1970.002 ‘Professions and their codes’, DT 23 Nov 1970

1970.003 ‘Darkest hour for the professions?’, EG (21 Nov 1970) 1003

1970.004 ‘Positive Toryism’

1970.005 ‘The future of the professions’

1970.006 ‘The case for a joint professional body’

1970.007 ‘The case for a congress of registered trade unions’

1970.008 ‘The plight of the professions’

1970.009 ‘Why I am prosecuting Peter Hain’, Published as pamphlet 27 May 1970

1970.010 ‘Teachers who will never strike’, PAT journal, Dec 1970

 

1971.001 ‘Stow Hill Report on legislative technique’, H of C SC on Procedure 2nd Rep 1970-71, HC 538, 223

1971.002 ‘Reforming statutory drafting’, 9th Int Symp on Comparative Law, U of Ottawa Press 1971 115

1971.003 ‘The plight of the professions: the Monopolies Commission report’, ACNT 11 Feb 1971 175

1971.004 ‘The plight of the professions: the case for a joint professional body’, ACNT 18 Feb 1971 211

1971.005 ‘The plight of the professions: the Monopolies Commission report’, CEng Feb 1971 41

1971.006 ‘The plight of the professions: the case for a joint professional body’, CEng Mar 1971 42

1971.007 ‘The plight of the professions: the Monopolies Commission report’, PharmJ 5 June 1971 394

1971.008 ‘The plight of the professions: the case for a joint professional body’, PharmJ 26 June 1971 469

1971.009 T003 - FB’s prosecution of Peter Hain for criminal conspiracy, The Times, 27 February and 4 March 1971

1971.010 ‘Law and the Environment’, Published only on this website.

1971.011 'How to get private initiative back into rented housing', The Estates Gazette (Vol. 217) 9 Jan 1971

 

1972.001 T004 - Costs of FB’s prosecution of Peter Hain for criminal conspiracy, The Times, 8 September 1972

1972.002 Statute Law: the key to clarity, Statute Law Society, Sweet & Maxwell, 1972

 

1973.001 Hain’s interference with the Wilf Isaac’s Cricket Tour 1969

 

1974.001 ‘Understanding the Consumer Credit Act 1974’, 118 SJ 44 (1 Nov 1974) 742-743

 

1975.001 'Laws are not for layment', The Guardian (29 May 1975) 11

1975.002 ‘The Renton Report’, 119 SJ (1975) 346

1975.003 ‘The Renton Report’, 125 NLJ (1975) 660

1975.004 ‘A computer experiment in legislative drafting’, CL (Nov 1975) pp 8-10

1975.005 ‘Awaiting the new system of consumer credit control’, 120 OB (1976) Autumn 1975 3

1975.006 Canada and Professional Association of Teachers, Toronto Globe and Mail, 15 November 1975

1975.007 'The Hain Prosecution for Criminal Conspiracy', by Francis Bennion

1975.008 'Laugh at thy neighbour', New Society, 31 July 1975 pp. 256-257

 

1976.001 Acts: compression, anonymity, distortion and scatter, 120 SJ (1976) 390

1976.002 ‘Correcting a defect in the Perpetuities and Accumulations Act 1964’, 120 SJ (1976) pp 498-499

1976.003 Use in an Act of ‘first consideration’, 126 NLJ (1976) 1237

1976.004 Consumer Credit Control, Publishing Details

1976.005 ‘Sex Discrimination and Equal Pay Acts 1’, 120 SJ (1976) 2

1976.006 ‘Sex Discrimination and Equal Pay Acts 2’, 120 SJ (1976) 20

1976.007 ‘Sex Discrimination and Equal Pay Acts 3’, 120 SJ (1976) 39

1976.008 ‘Group [Consumer Credit] Licensing for Accountants?’, 174 The Accountant (1976) 589-590

1976.009 ‘Computers and law in Canada 1’ (See 1977.007 for conclusion), CL (Nov 1976) pp 8-10

1976.010 ‘The need for rented housing’ (letter), LSG 27 Oct 1976

1976.011 T005 - How to treat obscenity, The Times, 25 March 1976

1976.012 T006 - Are MPs competent legislators?, The Times, 19 May 1976

1976.013 T007 - Democracy endangered by clumsy parliamentary procedures, The Times, 7 June 1976

1976.014 T008 - Pairing of MPs: good faith needed, The Times, 15 June 1976

1976.015 T009 - Elective dictatorship: a false charge by Lord Hailsham, The Times, 21 October 1976

1976.016 T010 - The House of Lords as a revising chamber, The Times, 18 Nov 1976

1976.017 T011 - Magistrate defames defendant while acquitting him, The Times, 16 December 1976

1976.018 Menu for a lunch to celebrate publication of CONSUMER CREDIT CONTROL

1976.019 A001 - 'Weak bargaining power of freelance authors', Letter in The Author, Summer 1976

1976.020 Credit reference agencies and privacy, 126 NLJ12 Aug 1976.
1976.021 Judges against Parliament, 126 NLJ 14 October 1976
1976.022 Rationalising statutory forms, SJ 11 February 1976
1976.023 Failure of lawyers to support reform of statute law, SJ 23 April 1976

1976.024 ‘For Race read Rage’. Published only on this website

1976.025 'Court of Appeal Criminal Division and its Jurisdiction', Published only on this website

1976.026 Plain Law - Foreword and Introduction. Published only on this website

 

1977.001 ‘Improvements in legislative techniques’, Pcdgs & Papers of 5th Com Law Cfce, pp 53-59 and blue page 7

1977.002 Review of Legislative Drafting: A New Approach by Sir W Dale, 127 NLJ (1977) 1169

1977.003 The Libertine Trial (pornography), NS (18 Feb 1977) pp 210-211

1977.004 ‘Implementing the Consumer Credit Act 1’, 121 SJ (1977) 467-468

1977.005 ‘Implementing the Consumer Credit Act 2’, 121 SJ (1977) 484-485

1977.006 ‘Implementing the Consumer Credit Act 3’, 121 SJ (1977) 500-502

1977.007 ‘Computers and law in Canada 2’ (Conclusion of 1976.009), CL (Feb 1977) pp 10-11

1977.008 ‘Scotching the Sex Haters’, 97 TFT 4 (Apr 1977) pp 52, 61,

1977.009 Review of Whatever Happened to Sex by Mary Whitehouse, 97 TFT 6 (Jun 1977) pp 106-108

1977.010 T012 - Is pornography therapeutic?, The Times, 21 Mar 1977

1977.011 T013 - Hailsham’s ‘elective dictatorship’ again, The Times, 9 Apr 1977

1977.012 T014 - Mary Whitehouse prosecutes for blasphemy, The Times, 17 Jun 1977

1977.013 T015 - Should there be mirrors in the Gents?, The Times, 15 Jul 1977

1977.014 T016 - Should the right of private prosecution exist?, The Times, 21 Oct 1977

1977.015 DT001 - ‘Freedom Under Law and Grunwick, Daily Telegraph, 6 Jul 1977

1977.016 Statute law reform: further processing of legislation, SJ 14 October 1977

1977.017 ‘More help for the user of statute law?’, (Notes for FB’s lecture at Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 25 Jan 1977)

 

1978.001 ‘Statute law obscurity and the drafting parameters’, BJLS Vol. 5 (1978) No. 2, pp 235-245

1978.002 ‘Parliamentary Bills and the Renton Committee’, H of C SC on Procedure 1977-8, HC 588 III, 87

1978.003 The Consumer Credit Act Manual (1st edn), Publishing Details

1978.004 Statute Law Society Newsletter, Summer 1978

1978.005 Statute Law Society Newsletter, Autumn 1978

1978.006 Juror’s responsibility, 98 TFT 2 (Feb 1978) p 30

1978.007 Attack on restrictive attitudes to sex, 98 TFT (1978) p 136

1978.008 Humanist Kinds, 98 TFT 6 (Jun 1978) p 94

1978.009 Privacy, 98 TFT 12 (Dec 1978) pp 189-191

1978.010 Review of I Don’t Mind the Sex it’s the Violence by Enid Wistrich, 98 TFT (Jun 1978) p 90

1978.011 ‘A Platform for Persuaders?’ (The merits of euthanasia), 98 TFT (Oct 1978) 148

1978.012 'Blasphemy Meeting' (Renumbered now 1978.005.NFB)

1978.013 BN001-’Need for a Council of Consultant Professions’, The Times Business News, 9 January 1978

1978.014 T017 - Creation of ‘library copyright’?, The Times, 10 January 1978

1978.015 T018 - Drawbacks of a Bill of Rights, The Times, 26 January 1978

1978.016 T019 - Why the European Human Rights Convention should not be part of our law, The Times, 5 April 1978

1978.017 T020 - Chivalry and El Vino’s, The Times, 1 June 1978

1978.018 T021 - Advantages of abolishing the House of Lords, The Times, 4 Sep 1978

1978.019 DT002 - ‘Is homosexuality unnatural?’, Daily Telegraph, 29 Dec 1978

1978.020 Unheeded appeal for information by Statute Law Society, SJ 12 May 1978

1978.021 Functions of the Statute Law Society, 128 NLJ 6 July 1978

1978.022 Evidence to the Committee on Obscenity and Film Censorship, Published by the Defence of Literature and the Arts Society (DLAS) - Written by FB, (Apr 1978)

1978.023 ‘Moral Censorship and the Law.’, The Advocate, The magazine of Lincoln’s Inn Students Union, (Michaelmas 1978), p. 29

1978.024 T022 - Further thoughts on abolishing the House of Lords, The Times, 12 Sep 1978

 

1979.001 ‘Legislative technique I’, 129 NLJ (23 Aug 1979) pp 748-750

1979.002 Review of Legislative Drafting (2nd edn) by G C Thornton, 129 NLJ (1979) 1070

1979.003 ‘Legislative technique II’, 129 NLJ (1979), pp 1170-1172

1979.004 Renton and the Need for Reform

1979.004.001 Renton and the Need for Reform - Introductory

1979.004.002 Renton and the Need for Reform - Part 1 - Failure to implement Renton Report

1979.004.003 Renton and the Need for Reform - Part 2 - Oral evidence to the Renton Committee

1979.004.004 Renton and the Need for Reform - Part 3 - FB’s written evidence,

1979.004.005 Renton and the Need for Reform - Part 4 - FB’s oral evidence,

1979.004.006 Renton and the Need for Reform - Appendix - Parliamentary questions

1979.004.007 Renton and the Need for Reform - Back cover

1979.004.010 Renton and the Need for Reform - Parts 3 and 4

1979.005 ‘The Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act - 60 Inglorious Years’, 129 NLJ (8 Nov 1979) 1088-1089

1979.006 Towards One World

1979.007 Review of Sexual Experience Between Men and Boys by Parker Rossman, 99 TFT (1979) pp 139-140

1979.008 Our Masonic Correspondent, 99 TFT (1979) pp 117-118

1979.009 The Fight for Plant Rights, 99 TFT (1979) pp 53-54

1979.010 Review of Sex, Violence and the Media by H. J. Eysenck and D. K. B. Nias’, 99 TFT (1979) pp 11-13

1979.011 What is Secularism?, 99 TFT (1979) 110

1979.012 Free Speech Till it Hurts, Uncensored (Journal of the Defence of Literature and the Arts Society), Winter 1979/80, p. 4.

1978.013 No used

1979.014 T023 - When crimes should be prosecuted, The Times, 29 December 1979

1979.015 Statute Law Society – FB’s Resignation Statement,

1979.016 DT003 - ‘How computers rendered hot metal printing obsolete’, Daily Telegraph, 9 June 1979

1979.017 Human Rights vagueness and Article 10, 129 NLJ 22 February 1979
1979.018 The function of Parliament, 129 NLJ, 12 April 1979
1979.019 Abuse of powers by the Executive, 129 NLJ, 3 May 1979

1979.020 ‘Evidence to Royal Commission on Legal Services’ by FB,1 Feb 1979
1979.021 ‘Evidence to Royal Commission on Criminal Procedure’ by FB, (Prosecution of Offences), 12 Sep 1979
1979.022 ‘Further Evidence to Royal Commission on Criminal Procedure’ by FB, (Prosecution of Offences), 7 Nov 1979
1979.023 ‘Evidence to Royal Commission on Legal Profession’ by FB, (The Need for a Legal Profession), Believed to be 1979

 

1980.001 ‘ Legislative Technique’ (Sir Noel Hutton, the PCO, juries etc,), 130 NLJ (1980) p 56-58

1980.002 ‘Statutory sanity’, Professional Administration 1980 Vol 10 N o. 1 pp. 8-9

1980.003 ‘Statute law processing: the composite restatement method I’ (See also 1980.033), 124 SJ (1 Feb 1980) p 71

1980.004 ‘Legislative Technique’ (Sir Harold Kent, Lord Denning and discretion for bureaucrats,) 130 NLJ (6 Mar 1980) pp 243-244

1980.005 ‘Drafting Practice’ (Drafting: definite article, mandatory or directory, mischief, long titles), 124 SJ (21 Mar 1980) pp 195-196

1980.006 Drafting: Cross, Driedger and Hoyt, 130 NLJ (1980) 493

1980.007 Review of Legislative Drafting: A New Approach by Sir W Dale, [1980] Stat LR 61

1980.008 ‘Framing the crime of attempt’, 130 NLJ (1980) 725

1980.009 ‘Drafting practice’, 124 SJ (1980) 567

1980.010 ‘Principal Acts and textual amendment’, 130 NLJ (1980) pp 913-914

1980.011 Statute Law (1st edn), Publishing Details

1980.012 ‘The literal rule of interpretation’, 130 NLJ (1980) 1156

1980.013 ‘Law and Class’, LRB, 1 May 1980

1980.014 Arrogance of the Parliamentary Counsel Office (letter), 130 NLJ (1980) 246

1980.015 ‘Updating construction (letter)’, Crim LR 23 Nov 1980

1980.016 ‘Religion as an aid to law’ (letter), LSG 23 Jan 1980

1980.017 The New Comfort Column, 100 TFT 7 (1980) 101

1980.018 Sex Morality Changed (official), 100 TFT 8 (1980) 118

1980.019 Demented Dogma, 100 TFT 9 (1980) pp 134-135

1980.020 Review of Human Ethics -Dialogue on Basics, edited by Morris B. Storer, 100 TFT (1980) 187

1980.021 Review of My Guru and his Disciple by Christopher Isherwood, 100 TFT (1980) pp 170-171

1980.022 ‘Drafting of the Theft Act 1978 s 3’, [1980] Crim LR 670

1980.023 T024 - Further objections to a Bill of Rights, The Times, 9 January 1980

1980.024 T025 - Further objections to the European Human Rights Convention, The Times, 14 April 1980

1980.025 T026 - Attempted theft, The Times, 19 June 1980

1980.026 T027 - Further thoughts on crimes of attempt, The Times, 11 July 1980

1980.027 T028 - How the House of Lords could reform itself, The Times, 5 August 1980

1980.028 T029 - Why there should be a Human Rights parliamentary select committee, The Times, 29 September 1980

1980.029 ‘Sex and Law’, The Advocate, Easter 1980

1980.030 Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, 130 NLJ 3 January 1980.
1980.031 Anonymous anti-abortion advertising, 130 NLJ 24 January 1980
1980.032 Secret inspection of documents by judges, SJ 4 January 1980

1980.033 ‘Statute law processing: the composite restatement method II’ (See also 1980.003), 124 SJ (8 Feb 1980), pp 92-95

 

1981.001 ‘Legislative technique: homonyms & attempts’, 131 NLJ (1981) 192

1981.002 ‘Drafting practice’, 125 SJ (1981) 139

1981.003 ‘Bringing Acts into force: the computer dimension’, 131 NLJ (1981) 356

1981.004 Letter amplifying 1981(003), 131 NLJ (1981) 586

1981.005 ‘Leave my word alone’, 131 NLJ (4 Jun 1981) 596

1981.006 ‘Drafting practice’, 125 SJ (1981) 420

1981.007 ‘Can there be an infringing copy without a copyright infringement?’, 131 NLJ (1981) 749

1981.008 ‘Another reverse for the Law Commissions’ Interpretation Bill’, 131 NLJ (1981) 840

1981.009 ‘Credit or theft: the Lambie case’, 131 NLJ (1981) 1041

1981.010 ‘Legol and the electronic home lawyer’, LSG (1981) 1334

1981.011 ‘Modern Royal Assent procedure at Westminster’, [1981] Stat LR 133

1981.012 The Consumer Credit Act Manual (2nd edn), Publishing Details

1981.013 Composite Restatement of Legislative Texts’ (Script of VHS Video), Oyez Longman

1981.014 ‘Who Should Lay Down Prosecution Guidelines?’, 125 SJ (1981) 534

1981.015 Review of Dictionary of Medical Ethics - Revised and Enlarged Edition. Edited by A. S. Duncan. G. R. Dunstan and R. B. Welbourn. Darton, 11 TFT (1981. 123

1981.016 ‘The Rule of Law’, 101 TFT (1981) 175

1981.017 T030 - Why Lord Denning should retire, The Times, 20 January 1981

1981.018 A002 - 'Prosecution of the Romans in Britain', Letter in The Author, Autumn 1981

1981.019 Reversing Lord Denning, 131 NLJ, 5 March 1981
1981.020 Is precision drafting enough?, SJ 17 April 1981
1981.021 First year of the Statute Law Review, [Spring 1981] Stat LR 63-64

1981.022 OBS001L FB supports the Gang of Four and the new Social Democratic Party, The Observer 5 Apr 1981

 

1982.001 ‘The need for training in Statute Law’, LSG (1982) 219

1982.002 Follow-up letter to 1982.001, LSG (1982) 664

1982.003 ‘Penalty points - a transitional problem’ (pseudonymous – ‘Piers Darkly’), LSG (1982) 1622

1982.004 ‘Peace at any price’,

1982.005 Cambridge lecture on legislative drafting, 'The Tortoise and the Lettuce Leaf, or Turning Words into Laws'

1982.006 Construing a multiple broad term, SJ September 1982

 

1983.001 ‘Making off without payment’, Crim LR (1983) 205

1983.002 SLR002L (1) Literal rule of interpretation; (2) founding of Statute Law Society’, Stat LR, Spring 1983, 4, pp. 63 - 64

1983.003 Citation of unreported cases, LSG (29 Jun 1983) 1635

1983.004 ‘Scientific statutory interpretation and the Franco scheme’, [1983] BTR 74

1983.005 ‘The controversy over drafting style’, LSG (1983) 2355, 3211

1983.006 Statute Law (2nd edn), Publishing Details

1983.006.088 Bennion on Statute Law (2nd edn.) - Part I - Chapter 9 Existing Rules of Interpretation (P 88)

1983.006.167 Bennion on Statute Law (2nd edn.) - Part II - Chapter 16 Doubt-factor V: The Fallible Draftsman (1) (P 167)

1983.006.198 Bennion on Statute Law (2nd edn.) - Part II - Chapter 18 Doubt-factor V: The Fallible Draftsman (3) (P 198)

1983.006.216 Bennion on Statute Law (2nd edn.) - Part II - Chapter 20 The Administrative Processor (P 216)

1983.006.289 Bennion on Statute Law (2nd edn.) - Part II - Chapter 27 Aiding Text-comprehension (2): Composite Restatement

1983.006.307Bennion on Statute Law (2nd edn.) - Appendix B - Illustration of the Restatement Method (P307)

1983.007 Review of The Influence Of Pornography On Behaviour Edited by Maurice Yaffé and Edward C. Nelson, 103 TFT (1983) 42

1983.008 ‘The Humanist Chance in Ulster’, 103 TFT (1983) 13

1983.009 ‘Britain and the Falkland Islands’ (Letter), 103 TFT 5 (1983) 77

1983.010 FB’s review of Legislation by Miers and Page, 127 SJ (11 March 1983) 170

1983.011 T031 - Delays in activating the Consumer Credit Act 1974, The Times, 3 February 1983

1983.012 T032 - Why Acts should contain a ‘historical file’, The Times, 2 May 1983

1983.013 T033 - Objections to proportional representation, The Times, 15 June 1983

1983.014 T034 - Our house is still our castle, The Times, 28 July 1983

1983.015 T035 - There will never again be paid jobs for all, The Times, 28 July 1983

1983.016 T036 - More thoughts on unemployment, The Times, 21 September 1983

1983.017 Story donated by FB to the ‘Help the Aged’ book Tales out of School - The early misdeeds of the famous, Collectors Books Limited 1983

1983.018 ‘How Bratby Painted My Portrait’,

1983.019 Duty of courts to lay down the law, 133 NLJ September 1983
1983.020 Scandalous interpretation of ‘found drunk’, SJ 22 April 1983
1983.021 Theoriginal meaning of ‘police’, SJ 6 May 1983
1983.022 Displacing the name of a book’s author, SJ 25 November 1983

1983.023 SLR003L Modification to the letter on 'Literal rule of interpretation' (See Doc 1983.002), Stat LR, Summer 1983, 4, p. 128

 

1984.001 Statutory Interpretation (1st edn), Publishing Details

1984.002 ‘Propositions of law in conviction appeals’, Crim LR (1984) 282

1984.003 T037 - The miners’ strike: failing to prosecute Scargill, The Times, 31 July 1984

1984.004 T038 - Treating fines as a business expense, The Times, 10 August 1984

1984.005 T039 - More thoughts on prosecuting Scargill, The Times, 22 August 1984

1984.006 T040 - Women entitled to ordination since 1919, The Times, 22 August 1984

1984.007 T040- Still more thoughts on prosecuting Scargill, The Times, 29 December 1984

1984.008 Problems in consolidating Acts, 134 NLJ 20 July 1984
1984.009 Citation of unreported cases, SJ June 1984
1984.010 SLR004L Punctuation in statutes, Stat LR, Autumn 1984, 5, pp. 199 - 200

 

1985.001 Mass Picketing and the 1875 Act, Crim LR (1985) 64

1985.002 ‘Trade descriptions, or how to tackle a problem of statutory interpretation’, 135 NLJ 953

1985.003 ‘The Crown Prosecution Service’, LSG (1985) 3676

1985.004 T042 - Juries trying aliens, The Times, 17 June 1985

1985.005 T043 - The missing concept of courtesy, The Times, 10 September 1985

 

1986.001 Information Sources in Law, ed R Logan (chapter 3), Publishing Details

1986.002 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1985 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

1986.003 ‘The Crown Prosecution Service’, Crim LR (1986) 3

1986.004 ‘A point on the Companies Consolidation’, 130 Sol J (1986) 736

1986.005 The Consumer Credit Act Manual (3rd edn), Publishing Details

1986.006 ‘Consumer credit: the narrowing of “linked transactions” in relation to the total charge for credit’, JBL (1986) 294

1986.007 ‘The technique of codification’, Crim LR (1986) 295

1986.008 ‘Attorney General as leader of the Bar’ (letter), LSG 26 March 1986

1986.009 T044 - Why water shouldn’t be privatised, The Times, 6 May 1986

1986.010 T045 - Round-the-houses motor racing, The Times, 29 August 1986

1986.011 T046 - Walking to school, The Times, 22 October 1986

1986.012 A003 - Writing by computer I, Letter in The Author, Spring 1986

1986.013 A004 - Writing by computer II, Letter in The Author, Autumn 1986

1986.014 Independence of prosecution policy 1, Crim LR (1986) 197
1986.015 Independence of prosecution policy 2, Crim LR (1986) 704

 

1987.001 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1986 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

1987.002 ‘Sterilisation of the mentally handicapped’ (letter), LSG 26 August 1987

1987.003 SLR005L ‘The Parliamentary Counsel Office (letter)’, Stat LR, Spring 1987, 8, p. 68

1987.004 ‘Dilatory lawyers’ (letter), LSG May 1987

1987.005 ‘Aids and Morality’

1987.006 This document number is no longer in use.

 

1988.001 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1987 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

1988.002 The Law Commission and Reform, ed G Zellick (pages 60 to 66), Publishing Details

1988.003 Statutory exceptions: a third knot in the Golden Thread?’, Crim LR (1988) 31

1988.004 Review of Legislative Drafting (3rd edn) by G C Thornton, NLJ (1988)

1988.005 Review of Legislative Drafting (3rd edn) by G C Thornton, SJ (1988)

1988.006 Review of Legislative Drafting (3rd edn) by G.C.Thornton, ICLQ (1988)

1988.007 ‘Defending Liversidge v Anderson’ (letter), Denning Law Journal 1988

1988.008 ‘Ignorant criticism of Statute Law and Statutory Interpretation’, LS 1988

1988.009 T047 - An accused’s right to silence, The Times, 26 October 1988

1988.010 T048 - Justice must be seen to be done, The Times, 16 December 1988

1988.011 A005 Self publishing: Two servants needed The Author, Spring 1988

 

1989.001 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1988 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

1989.002 Statutory Interpretation (1st edn Supplement), Publishing Details

1989.003 ‘Consent to Surgery on a Mentally-handicapped Adult’, 133 Sol J (1989) 245

1989.004 ‘Legal Practice by Academics’, 133 Sol J (1989) 406

1989.005 ‘Statute law reform: is anybody listening?’, 133 Sol J (1989) 886

1989.006 ‘Brutus v Cozens and the meaning of ordinary words’ (letter), Crim LR (1989) 848

1989.007 Victorian Railway Days, Publishing Details

1989.008 T049 - What’s wrong with Bar’s Chambers system, The Times, 28 January 1989

1989.009 T050 - Judges’ interference with Government, The Times, 11 May 1989

1989.010 T051 - Integrating Ulster with rest of UK, The Times, 3 June 1989

1989.011 T052 - Controlling football hooligans, The Times, 18 September 1989

1989.012 DT004 - ‘Oxford Professor of Poetry: Heaney, Sisson or Zephaniah?’, Daily Telegraph, 17 May 1989

1989.013 DT005 - ‘Should courts be televised?’, Daily Telegraph, 25 May 1989

1989.014 DT006 - ‘Poll tax politicking’, Daily Telegraph, 29 May 1989

1989.015 DT007 - ‘The defects of proportional representation (PR)’, Daily Telegraph, 5 October 1989

1989.016 A006 - 'Fighting off line editors I', Letter in The Author, Summer 1989
1989.017 A007 - 'Fighting off line editors II', Letter in The Author, Winter 1989
1989.018 Democracy, human rights and politicians, SJ 12 May 1989 1989.019 Spelling of Caernarvon, SJ November 1989

1989.019 Spelling of Caernarvon SJ November 1989

 

1990.001 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1989 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), .Published by Butterworths

1990.002 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.)

1990.002.00a Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Dedication

1990.002.00b Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Title

1990.002.00c Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Contents (P v)

1990.002.00d Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Prefaces (P vii)

1990.002.00e Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Table of Cases (P xiii)

1990.002.00f Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Table of Statutes (P xxix)

1990.002.00g Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Table of Statutory Instruments (P xl)

1990.002.001 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Introduction (P 1)

1990.002.008 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part I Statutory Texts (P 8)

1990.002.009 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part I - Chapter 1 What statute law is (P 9)

1990.002.020 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part I - Chapter 2 The drafting of legislation (P 20)

1990.002.041 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part I - Chapter 3 The arrangement of an Act of Parliament (P 41)

1990.002.053 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part I - Chapter 4 Statutory instruments (P 53)

1990.002.059 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part I - Chapter 5 Legislation of the European Communities (P 59)

1990.002.066 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part I - Chapter 6 Statute consolidation and revision (P 66)

1990.002.078 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part I - Chapter Official publication of statutory texts (P 78)

1990.002.082 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part II - Statutory Interpretation (P 82)

1990.002.083 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part II - Chapter 8 The technique of statutory interpretation (P 83)

1990.002.104 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part II - Chapter 9 Legislative intention I:rules of construction (P 104)

1990.002.136 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part II - Chapter 10 Legislative intention II:principles derived from legal policy (P 136)

1990.002.158 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part II - Chapter 11 Legislative intention III:presumptions from nature of legislation (P 158)

1990.002.187 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part II - Chapter 12 Legislative intention IV:linguistic canons of construction (P 187)

1990.002.208 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part III - The Need for Processing of Texts(P 208)

1990.002.209 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part III - Chapter 13 Difficulties of the statute user (P 209)

1990.002.217 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part III - Chapter 14 Vices that block comprehension (P 217)

1990.002.230 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part III - Chapter 15 Doubt-factor I: ellipsis (P 230)

1990.002.237 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part III - Chapter 16 Doubt-factor II: the broad term (P 237)

1990.002.248 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part III - Chapter 17 Doubt-factor III: politic uncertainty (P 248)

1990.002.252 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part III - Chapter 18 Doubt-factor IV: the unforeseeable development (P 252)

1990.002.255 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part III - Chapter 19 Doubt-factor V: the fallible drafter (P 255)

1990.002.282 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part IV - Dynamic and Static Processing of Texts (P 282)

1990.002.283 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part IV - Chapter 20 The nature of dynamic processing (P 283)

1990.002.288 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part IV - Chapter 21 Dynamic processing: the administrative processor (P 288)

1990.002.297 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part IV - Chapter 22 Dynamic processing: the judicial processor (P 297)

1990.002.325 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Part IV - Chapter 23 Static processing of texts (P 325)

1990.002.342 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Appendices (P 342)

1990.002.343 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Appendix A - Draft processing Bill (P 343)

1990.002.346 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Appendix B -Illustration of the Composite Restatement Method (P 346)

1990.002.350Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Statute Law references (P 350)

1990.002.357 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Index (P 357)

1990.002.999 Bennion on Statute Law (3rd edn.) - Back Cover

1990.003 ‘Pedestrians and Motor Roads. A Walk On the Wild Side’, 6/10 Walk (J of Ped A) Spring 1990 32

1990.004 ‘Northern Ireland: Four Fatal Errors’, Ulster Conservatives Mainland Support Group, 24 July 1990

1990.005 ‘Support Group for Ulster Conservatives’

1990.006 ‘The Treatment of Blasphemy in English Law’, Lecture delivered at St Edmund Hall Oxford on 13 Mar 1990

1990.007 Founding of World of Property Housing Trust (now Sanctuary Housing Association).

1990.008 T053 - Ulster ruled by political parties it didn’t elect, The Times (Letters) 23 May 1990

1990.009 T054 - IRA murder of Ian Gow MP, The Times (Letters) 1 August 1990

1990.010 T055 - Why not treat Conservatives as an Ulster political party? The Times (Letters) 16 October 1990

1990.011 ‘The BBC and bucking the trend’, Letter to Marmaduke Hussey (BBC)

1990.012 DT008 - ‘A European federation’, Daily Telegraph, 1 May 1990

1990.013 DT009 - ‘Ian Gow and Ulster integration’, Daily Telegraph, 3 Aug 1990

1990.014 DT010 - ‘More on Ulster integration’, Daily Telegraph, 12 September 1990

1990.015 DT011 - ‘Prince Charles’s role’, Daily Telegraph, 27 September 1990

1990.016 DT012 - ‘Tory leadership election 1990’, Daily Telegraph, 8 November 1990

1990.017 Review of The Law-making Process, 3rd edition by Michael Zander, 134 SJ 2 (12 Jan 1990) p.44

1990.018 ES001L No split on Ethical Code of Positive Sexuality London Evening Standard, 6 Feb 1990

 

1991.001 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1990 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), .Published by Butterworths

1991.002 ‘A Grocer in Oxford Street’, COUNSEL Apr 1991

1991.003 Pedestrians in country lanes (letter), 6/15 Walk (J of Ped A) Autumn/Winter 1991 33

1991.004 Statute Law reform (letter), Counsel Jul 1991

1991.005 The Sex Code: Morals for Moderns, Publishing Details

1991.006 T056 - Keeping the common law up to date, The Times, 31 Oct 1991

1991.007 DT013 - ‘Local taxation’, Daily Telegraph, 22 Feb 1991

1991.008 DT014 - ‘Compensation for the Birmingham Six’, Daily Telegraph, 25 Mar 1991

1991.009 “Rushdie ‘not worth defending’”, News Release, Embargo 22.00 hours 2 Jan 1991

1991.010 SLR Review of Crown Office Proceedings by Richard Gordon, Statute Law Review, Summer 1991, 12, pp 84-85

 

1992.001 Statutory Interpretation (2nd edn), Publishing Details

1992.002 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1991 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

1992.003 T057 - Consent to a private prosecution, The Times, 24 Aug 1992

1992.004 T058 - Licensing of homicide by judges, The Times, 23 Nov 1992

1992.005 ‘Does God Know Me?’, Interview with the Bishop of Oxford

1992.006 Independence of the Law Commission, SJ June 1992
1992.007 Inserting implied words in Acts, SJ August 1992

 

1993.001 ‘The readership of legal texts’, Clarity 27 Apr 1993 18

1993.002 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1992 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

1993.003 SLR004A ‘Hansard - help or hindrance? A draftsman's view of Pepper v Hart’, Stat LR, Winter 1993, 14, pp. 149 - 162

1993.004 Statutory Interpretation (2nd edn First Supplement), Publishing Details

1993.005 ‘Statute law reform - is anybody listening?’ (An updated version of 1989(05)), Clarity 29 December 1993 19

1993.006 The need for training in statutory interpretation, , 143 NLJ 8 Jan, 12 Mar 1993

1993.007 ‘Legal Death of Brain-Damaged Persons’, [1993] NILQ 269

1993.008 ‘Legal Death of Brain-Damaged Persons’ (letter), LSG May 1993

1993.009 ‘Legal Death of Brain-Damaged Persons’ (evidence), Evidence to the HL Select Committee (unpublished)

1993.010 DT015 - ‘The nudity taboo’, Daily Telegraph, 22 Jan 1993

1993.011 DT016 - ‘Salman Rushdie refuses to use the law’, Daily Telegraph, 18 Feb 1993

1993.012 DT017 - ‘BBC Director General as a corporation’, Daily Telegraph, 8 Apr 1993

1993.013 Text of TV broadcast on BBC2 ‘Scrutiny’ programme, Broadcast on BBC2 on 20 March 1993. Text published only on this web site

1993.014 ‘The author’s voice’
1993.015 Is the Companies Act 1985 s 156(2) ambiguous? SJ 7 May 1993
1993.016 'The difference between paedophilia and pederasty', SJ 23 July 1993

1993.017 Truth about Spelling, 15 London Review of Books No. 5 (11 Mar 1993)

 

1994.001 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1993 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

1994.002 ‘Judicial decisions: a riposte’, Clarity 30 Mar 1994 31

1994.003 SLR005 ‘The Law Commission’s Criminal Law Bill: no way to draft a code’, Stat LR (1994), 15, pp. 108 - 115

1994.004 SLR006A 'If it’s not broke don’t fix it: review of the NZ LC’s proposals on the format of legislation’, Stat LR (1994), 15, pp. 164 - 169

1994.005 ‘Teaching law management’ in Reviewing Legal Education, ed Peter Birks OUP (1994)

1994.006 ‘Want to know the law? - it’ll cost you’, Times 26 July 1994

1994.007 NH001A ‘That fallacious “Golden Rule”‘, New Humanist Vol. 109 No. 1 (1994)

1994.008 Law Texts and Legislative History’ Paper for Conference on Legal Drafting, Ottawa 1994

1994.009 T059 - Humanist morality, The Times, 13 May 1994

1994.010 T060 - Should we have a ‘not proven’ verdict?, The Times, 6 September 1994.

1994.011 ‘Widening the aims of legal clarity reformers’, Clarity 1994

1994.012 (1) Clarity of inquest verdicts; (2) use of ‘summonsed’

 

1995.001 SLR007A ‘How they do things in France’: review of Written Law in France, Stat LR (1995), 16, pp. 90 - 97

1995.002 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1994 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

1995.003 ‘How they all got it wrong in Pepper v Hart’, BTR (1995) 325

1995.004 Statutory Interpretation (2nd edn Second Supplement) (cumulative), Publishing Details

1995.005 Halsbury's Laws of England (4th edn reissue) title Statutes (rewritten version), Publishing Details

1995.006 ‘Don’t put the law into public hands’, Times, 24 December 1995

1995.007 NH002A ‘Bitter roots or real books?’, New Humanist Vol. 110 No. 1 (1995)

1995.008 T061 - Can non-lawyers understand legislation?, The Times, 1 February 1995

1995.009 T062 - Pakistan threat to non-Islamic religions, The Times, 22 February 1995

1995.010 T063 - How bank holidays spread to neighbouring days, The Times, 5 September 1995

1995.011 T064 - Official failure to resist direct action militants, The Times, 20 September 1995

1995.012 T065 - Government interference with prosecution policy, The Times, 28 December 1995

 

1996.001 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1995 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

1996.002 SLR008A ‘Codifying the tort of breach of statutory duty’, Stat LR (1996), 17, pp. 192 - 209

1996.003 The Salman Rushdie Fatwa (TV interview), The Secularist Nov-Dec 1996

1996.004 NH003A ‘Struck by (bottled) lightning’, New Humanist Vol. 111 Nos. 3 & 4 (1996-1997)

1996.005 T066 - Using inexperienced legislative drafters, The Times, 5 March 1996

1996.006 T067 - Islam’s unlawful English parliament, The Times, 29 April 1996

1996.007 T068 - European court extends its own jurisdiction, The Times, 11 June 1996

1996.008 T069 - Goldsmith’s absurd referendum question, The Times, 30 November 1996

1996.009 ‘Francis Bennion’s letters from Cyprus 1994 - 1996’,

 

1997.001 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1996 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

1997.002 Statutory Interpretation (3rd edn), Publishing Details

1997.003 T070 - Judicial officers must be ‘high-principled’, The Times, 8 Jan 1997

1997.004 T071 - MPs who will not take the oath, The Times, 16 May 1997

1997.005 T072 - Overruling of film censor by local authority, The Times, 4 Jun 1997

1997.006 T073 - Attack on Viscount Tonypandy, The Times, 22 Oct 1997

1997.007 T074 - Meaning of ‘public authority’ in Human Rights Bill, The Times, 8 Dec 1997

1997.008 DT018 - ‘Tories and European Integration’, Daily Telegraph, 21 Jun 1997

1997.009 DT019 - ‘Patten the last Hong Kong governor’, Daily Telegraph, 1 Jul 1997

1997.010 DT020 - ‘Mo Mowlem admonished’, Daily Telegraph, 25 Jul 1997

1997.011 NLJ...L 'Statutory interpretation: there is no golden rule, mischief rule or literal rule',147 NLJ (9 May 1997) 684

1997.012 NLJ...L 'Dolly the sheep and the legal meaning of a word', 147 NLJ (16 May 1997) 716

1997.013 NLJ...L Wayward Law Lords encourage sloppiness', 147 NLJ (1 Aug 1997)

1997.014 NLJ...L 'Plain English and correct legal terminology', 147 NLJ (15 Aug 1997) 1232

1997.015 NLJ...L "Judges invent a rule of 'good public administration", 147 NLJ (19 Dec 1997)

 

1998.001 ‘Which sort of Human Rights Act?’, 148 NLJ (1998) 488

1998.002 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1997 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

1998.003 ‘Threading the Legislative Maze 1’, 162 JPN (1998) 356

1998.004 ‘Threading the Legislative Maze 2’, 162 JPN (1998) 436

1998.005 Power to exclude an Act by contract 1, 148 NLJ (1998) 953

1998.006 Power to exclude an Act by contract 2, 148 NLJ (1998) 986

1998.007 ‘Threading the Legislative Maze 3’, 162 JPN (1998) 516

1998.008 ‘Yes, we do live in a democracy’, 162 JPN (1998) 575

1998.009 ‘Threading the Legislative Maze 4’, 162 JPN (1998) 596

1998.010 ‘Rewriting history in the Court of Appeal’ [the Bentley case], 148 NLJ (1998) 1228

1998.011 ‘Threading the Legislative Maze 5’, 162 JPN (1998) 696

1998.012 ‘Local Government Finance: Is the Capping Regime Lawful?’, 162 JPN 796

1998.013 ‘Citation of unreported cases - a challenge’, 148 NLJ (1998) 1520

1998.014 ‘Threading the Legislative Maze 6’, 162 JPN (1998) 856

1998.015 ‘Threading the Legislative Maze 7’, 162 JPN (1998) 995

1998 016 JPN001L When Acts do not make new law, 162 JPN (1998) 367
1998 017 JPN002L Fractions of a day in law, 162 JPN (1998) 701

1998.018 ‘So Why Did The Oxen Need A Ford?’, Oxford Today, Michaelmas 1998, pp. 28-30

1998.019 T075 - New House of Lords should not be elected, The Times, 9 March 1998

1998.020 T076 - New House of Lords should not be chosen like a jury, The Times, 9 June 1998

1998.021 T077 - Frank Field MP as a man of principle, The Times, 5 August 1998

1998.022 T078 - More objections to proportional representation, The Times, 5 October 1998

1998 023 Judges confuse long title and preamble (again), 148 NLJ 20 March 1998
1998 024 Multiculturalism: other passengers on the Clapham omnibus, 148 NLJ 15 May 1998

 

1999.001 ‘A Human Rights Act Provision Now in Force’, 163 JPN(1999) 164

1999.002 Judicial usurpation of legislative power, 149 NLJ (1999) 421

1999.003 ‘Threading the Legislative Maze 8’, 163 JPN (1999) 264

1999.004 ‘Multiple agreements under the Consumer Credit Act 1974’, CICC 1 (in 1976(04) releases 49 & 50)

1999.005 ‘The Scottish and Welsh elections: a trial run of PR’ [Jenkins Report], 149 NLJ (1999) 634

1999.006 ‘Threading the Legislative Maze 9’, 163 JPN 364

1999.007 ‘The Human Rights Act 1998’, 7 CLW 16/1999

1999.008 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1998 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

1999.009 Evidence on codifying parliamentary privilege, JC on Parl Priv HL Paper 43-III 30 Mar 1999

1999.010 ‘Yes it’s true: PR equals fudge’ [Jenkins report contd], 149 NLJ (1999) 786

1999.011 ‘Threading the Legislative Maze 10’, 163 JPN (1999) 484

1999.012 ‘Threading the Legislative Maze 11, 163 JPN (1999) 624

1999.013 ‘Goodbye and good riddance to the GAAR?’, Tax P Aug 1999 10

1999.014 Legal meaning of ‘as of right’, 149 NLJ (1999) 1296

1999.015 ‘Threading the Legislative Maze 12’, 163 JPN (1999) 683

1999.016 In Parliament 1 ‘Farewell to Richard Hudson’, 149 NLJ (1999) 1654

1999.017 In Parliament 2 ‘Integrity and disability’, 149 NLJ (1999) 1699

1999.018 ‘Spouses, partners and parenting’, 149 NLJ (1999) 1701

1999.019 In Parliament 3 Abolition of hereditary peerage, 149 NLJ (1999) 1735

1999.020 In Parliament 4 ‘Reflections on the Queen’s Speech’, 149 NLJ (1999) 1795

1999.021 In Parliament 5 Banning fur farming, 149 NLJ (1999) 1834

1999.022 In Parliament 6 ‘Electronic Communications Bill’, 149 NLJ (1999) 1870

1999.023 Statutory Interpretation (3rd edn Supplement), Publishing Details

1999.024 In Parliament 7 Complications of human rights law, 149 NLJ (1999) 1903

1999.025 ‘Section 3(1) of the Human Rights Act 1998’, 163 JPN (1999) 984

1999.026 ‘Parental responsibilities: a misleading definition’ (letter), 163 JPN (1999) 246

1999.027 ‘Who will fight for open courts?

1999.028 ‘Should we apologise for slavery, colonisation and imperialism?’, Oxford Times, 9 July 1999

1999.029 ‘Addendum re multiple agreements’

1999.030 Responses on proportional representation, 149.NLJ (1999) 848

1999.031 ‘Current slavery in Sudan’,

1999.032 T079 - More on judicial expansionism, The Times, 14 April 1999

1999.033 T080 - Delay in activating Human Rights Act 1998, The Times, 21 May 1999

1999.034 T081 - Should there be an English Parliament?, The Times, 10 June 1999

1999.035 T082 - Reliance on implication in legislation, The Times, 19 June 1999

1999.036 T083 - More on judicial expansionism, The Times, 26 November 1999

1999.037 ‘The British Empire and slavery’, Letter to Evan Harris MP,

1999.038 Criminalising religious discrimination 149 NLJ (1999) 632

1999 039 Objections to proportional representation, 149 NLJ (1999) 996, 1000
1999.040 JPN003L Parental rights, 163 JPN (1999) 246
1999.041 JPN004L Gay adoption, 163 JPN (1999) 931

 

2000.001 ‘In Parliament 8 Criminal Justice (Mode of Trial) Bill’, 150 NLJ p.24

2000.002 ‘In Parliament 9 Political Parties Elections and Referendums Bill’, 150 NLJ p.61

2000.003 ‘In Parliament 10 Section 28 and all that’ [Teaching homosexuality], 150 NLJ p.101

2000.004 ‘Thoughts on the new second chamber’ [Wakeham report], 150 NLJ p.102

2000.005 ‘In Parliament 11 More on the Local Government Bill’, 150 NLJ p.136

2000.006 ‘In Parliament 12 A very curious measure: the Disqualifications Bill’, 150 NLJ p.194

2000.007 ‘Statute law: judges as legislators’, JSB Journal (Denning commemoration issue 2000) 9

2000.008 ‘In Parliament 13 PMQs’ (Prime Minister’s Questions), 150 NLJ p.228

2000.009 Reviews of two books on constitutional law, 150 NLJ p.259

2000.010 ‘In Parliament 14 The Marchioness and fancy dancing’ (Thames riverboat disaster), 150 NLJ p.278

2000.011 PL001A ‘What interpretation is “possible” under section 3(1) of the Human Rights Act 1998?’, PL p.77, 2000

2000.012 ‘In Parliament 15 Lord Chancellor’s Questions’, 150 NLJ p.314

2000.013 In Parliament 16 Henry VIII clauses, 150 NLJ p.362

2000.014 ‘Misconduct by Lay Magistrates’, 164 JPN p.19

2000.015 ‘In Parliament 17 Criminal Justice (Mode of Trial) (No 2) Bill’, 150 NLJ p.396

2000.016 ‘In Parliament 18 A lecture on decent behaviour’ (Shaun Woodward MP), 150 NLJ p.431

2000.017 ‘In Parliament 19 CRAPS dropped’ (Probation Service), 150 NLJ p.467

2000.018 ‘In Parliament 20 Mr Baldry MP and the Indian Moneylender’, 150 NLJ p.513

2000.019 ‘In Parliament 21 The rise and rise of Queen Quango’, 150 NLJ p.545

2000.020 ‘In Parliament 22 Red Ken and hunting pink’, 150 NLJ p.568

2000.021 ‘Jaguars and Donkeys: Distinguishing Judgment and Discretion’ 1, 164 JPN p.316

2000.022 ‘In Parliament 23 Moving towards the HRA’ (Human Rights Act 1998), 150 NLJ p.604

2000.023 ‘Jaguars and Donkeys: Distinguishing Judgment and Discretion 2’, 164 JPN p.336

2000.024 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 1999 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

2000.025 ‘In Parliament 24 Corporate homicide’, 150 NLJ p.652

2000.026 ‘Jaguars and Donkeys: Distinguishing Judgment and Discretion 3’, 164 JPN p.361

2000.027 ‘In Parliament 25 The case of Mrs Loizidou’ (Division of Cyprus), 150 NLJ p.703

2000.028 ‘The HRA in the High Street’, 8 CLW p.13/00

2000.029 ‘In Parliament 26 A professional body for teachers’, 150 NLJ p.742

2000.030 ‘In Parliament 27 The House of Lords inspects itself’, 150 NLJ p.797

2000.031 ‘In Parliament 28 Prohibiting fur farming’, 150 NLJ p.834

2000.032 ‘In Parliament 29 Whitsun adjournment debate’, 150 NLJ p.869

2000.033 ‘In Parliament 30 Inspecting the Crown Prosecution Service’, 150 NLJ p.906

2000.034 ‘In Parliament 31 Yet one more Quango: the Appointments Commission’, 150 NLJ p.951

2000.035 In Parliament 32 Laura Spence and Oxbridge entrance, 150 NLJ p.986

2000.036 ‘In Parliament 33 More feet on the beat in London?’ (Police), 150 NLJ p.1019

2000.037 ‘In Parliament 34 Countryside and Rights of Way Bill’, 150 NLJ p.1077

2000.038 ‘In Parliament 35 Pub names: true courage and good Manners’, 150 NLJ p.1111

2000.039 ‘In Parliament 36 Madam Speaker and the Sultan of Spin’, 150 NLJ p.1149

2000.040 ‘In Parliament 37 The Summer Recess’, 150 NLJ p.1200

2000.041 ‘Jaguars and Donkeys: Distinguishing Judgment and Discretion’, 31 Univ of West Los Angeles Law Rev Summer 2000 1

2000.042 PL002A ‘Distinguishing judgment and discretion’, PL p.368, Autumn 2000

2000.043 ‘In Parliament 38 Gravy train for political parties?, 150 NLJ p.1592

2000.044 In Parliament 39: EU Employment Directive, 150 NLJ p.1628

2000.045 ‘In Parliament 40 Jimmy Hood and the fuel crisis’, 150 NLJ p.1659

2000.046 ‘In Parliament 41 Misgivings on the International Criminal Court’, 150 NLJ p.1718

2000.047 In Parliament 42: In honour of Mrs Dunwoody MP, 150 NLJ p.1756

2000.048 ‘In Parliament 43 Lord Donaldson of Lymington and the Parliament Acts’, 150 NLJ p.1789

2000.049 ‘The Global Method: Statutory Interpretation in the Common Law World’, 85 CLEA Newsletter Oct 2000

2000.050 In Parliament 44: The Honours System, 150 NLJ p.1826

2000.051 ‘In Parliament 45 Jokes and the Queen’s Speech’, 150 NLJ p.1860

2000.052 ‘In Parliament 46 Finding our place in an enlarged Europe’, 150 NLJ p.1895

2000.053 ‘Applying section 3(1) of the Human Rights Act’, JSBJ Issue 11

2000.054 JPN005L ‘Restorative justice’ (letter), 164 JPN p.46

2000.055 JPN006L 'Independence of the professions' (Investigation of professions by OFT) (letter), 164 JPN p.307

2000.056 JPN007L ‘Proposed abolition of double jeopardy rule’ (letter), 164 JPN p.425

2000.057 Review of The General Teaching Council by John Sayer, Published by PAT

2000.058 T084 -More on membership of new House of Lords, The Times, 19 Jan 2000

2000.059 T085 - Tony Martin: more on the house as a castle, The Times, 21 Apr 2000

2000.060 T086 - News officially stage-managed, The Times, 17 Jul 2000

2000.061 T087 - More on Human Rights Act 1998, The Times, 29 Aug 2000

2000.062 T088 - The Human Rights Act 1998 and under-age sex, The Times, 11 Oct 2000

2000.063 T089 - Derisory royalties for academic authors, The Times, 27 Nov 2000

2000.064 The House of Lords and Hain’s direct action conviction,

2000.065 NLJ...L ‘Use of conspiracy law in direct action cases’, 150 NLJ p.1397

2000.066 Racism and old age, Letter to the Daily Telegraph 29 Apr 2000 (not published)

2000.067 DT021 - ‘Iniquities of Sir William Macpherson’, Daily Telegraph, 22 Feb 2000

2000.068 DT022 - ‘Bluster of Charles Wardle MP’, Daily Telegraph, 7 Apr 2000

2000.069 DT023 - ‘Michael Caine the snob’, Daily Telegraph, 14 Apr 2000

2000.070 DT024 - ‘Immigration: protecting the indigenous stock’, Daily Telegraph, 28 Jul 2000

2000.071 DT025 - ‘Native’s longing for return of British rule’, Daily Telegraph, 22 Sep 2000

2000.072 DT026 - ‘How West African natives originally asked for British rule’, Daily Telegraph, 18 Oct 2000

2000.073 Inherent jurisdiction of the court, 150 NLJ (2000) 380
2000.074 Depriving mental patients of sexual fulfilment, 150 NLJ (2000) 1218
2000.075 Use of conspiracy law in direct action cases, 150 NLJ (2000) 1397
2000.076 Why they were called police courts, 150 NLJ (2000) 1849

 

2001.001 ‘In Parliament 47 CPS (again)’, 151 NLJ p.24

2001.002 ‘The Human Rights Act 1998 and the government policy principle 1’, 9 CLW 1

2001.003 ‘In Parliament 48 Gazumping, gazundering, daisy chains etc’, 151 NLJ p.59

2001.004 In Parliament 49: Simplifying the law: A brave try, 151 NLJ p.104

2001.005 In Parliament 50: direct action and conspiracy law 1, 151 NLJ p.137

2001.006 In Parliament 51: Morning after pill, 151 NLJ p.172

2001.007 ‘In Parliament 52 When religion mattered’, 151 NLJ p.225

2001.008 Review of Royal Law by L L Blake, 151 NLJ p.268

2001.009 ‘In Parliament 53 When shall we join the euro?’, 151 NLJ p.273

2001.010 ‘In Parliament 54 What shall we do about Derry?’ (Lord Chancellor), 151 NLJ p.306

2001.011 ‘In Parliament 55 Opening the doors of libraries’, 151 NLJ p.353

2001.012 ‘In Parliament 56 Ageism and beardism’, 151 NLJ p.387

2001.013 In Parliament 57: direct action conspiracy law 2, 151 NLJ p.423

2001.014 ‘In Parliament 58 A candid friend of Viscount Tonypandy’, 151 NLJ p.461

2001.015 ‘In Parliament 59 A Filkin filleting or Vazectomy’, 151 NLJ p.503

2001.016 ‘In Parliament 60 The Commons at its best’, 151 NLJ p.538

2001.017 ‘In Parliament 61 The foot and mouth Bill’, 151 NLJ p.573

2001.018 Letter on Holding v Barnes (art 6.1 of ECHR), 151 NLJ p.595

2001.019 ‘In Parliament 62 Does your credit need repairing?’, 151 NLJ p.611

2001.020 ‘In Parliament 63 Our Armed Forces and the modern world’, 151 NLJ p.645

2001.021 ‘In Parliament 64 Mystery of the Speaker’, 151 NLJ p.695

2001.022 ‘The Human Rights Act 1998 and the government policy principle 2’, 9 CLW p.20, 1 Jun 2001

2001.023 ‘In Parliament 65 The Speaker (again)’, 151 NLJ p.938

2001.024 ‘In Parliament 66 Mandelson on Ulster’, 151 NLJ p.971

2001.025 ‘In Parliament 67 Women-only short lists’, 151 NLJ p.1007

2001.026 ‘In Parliament 68 Education gimmickry’, 151 NLJ p.1061

2001.027 ‘In Parliament 69 The problem with voting’, 151 NLJ p.1095

2001.028 ‘In Parliament 70 Mrs Dunwoody triumphs’, 151 NLJ p.1131

2001.029 Review of Exploring the Law, 151 NLJ p.1162

2001.030 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 2000 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

2001.031 ‘Consequences of an overrule’, PL p.450, Autumn (2001)

2001.032 Book 41 Understanding Common Law Legislation (Hbk), Oxford University Press 2001

2001.033 T090 - What MPs say about the meaning of Bills, The Times, 15 Mar 2001

2001.034 T091 - Criminalising underage sex between age-mates, The Times, 22 May 2001

2001.035 T092 - More on criminalising underage sex, The Times, 28 May 2001

2001.036 T093 - Unlawful acts of Northern Ireland Secretary, The Times, 28 Sep 2001

2001.037 T094 - Criminalising criticism of religion, The Times, 19 Nov 2001

2001.038 DT027 - ‘Tolerating IRA arms’, Daily Telegraph, 4 Jul 2001

2001.039 DT028 - ‘Rushdie or Runcie?’, Daily Telegraph, 24 Sep 2001

2001.040 Origin of one-third rule for wives, 151 NLJ 911
2001.041 Human Rights Act 1998 s 3(1) and ‘reading down’

 

2002.001 ‘Illegality over Northern Ireland’, Com L Vol 11 No 1 p.26, Apl 2002

2002.002 ‘The Gay News blasphemy case – 25 years on’, GLH Vol 21 No 4 p.9, Summer 2002

2002.003 Statutory Interpretation (4th edn), Butterworths 2002

2002.003.0001 'Introduction' to Statutory Interpretation (4th edn)

2002.003.1161 'Appendix A' to Statutory Interpretation (4th edn)

2002.003.1163 'Appendix B' to Statutory Interpretation (4th edn)

2002.004 DM002 - ‘Police policy to ignore certain crimes’ (letter), Daily Mail, 11 Mar 2002

2002.005 DT031 - ‘Role of the courts’ (to defend citizens against the state?), Daily Telegraph, 17 Sep 2002

2002.006 DT033L - ‘The crime of bestiality’, Daily Telegraph, 10 Dec 2002

2002.007 The Blight of Blairism, Lester Publishing 2002

2002.008 ‘The Old Bailey conviction of Peter Hain’,

2002.009 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 2001 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law’), Published by Butterworths

2002.010 LR001‘More on Sir Garfield Todd deceased’, The Times Register (Lives Remembered), 21 Oct 2002

2002.011 T095 - ‘Keeping civil servants independent of Government’, The Times, 1 Mar 2002 (lead letter).

2002.012 T096 - ‘Old people and computers’, The Times, 15 Apr 2002

2002.013 T097 - “Trade unions and ‘cash for influence’”, The Times, 28 Jun 2002

2002.014 T098 - ‘Iraq: war not the ugliest of things’, The Times, 30 Dec 2002

2002.015 D001 - ‘Regional assemblies betray the ancient kingdom of England’, The Times, 4 Sep 2002

2002.016 D002 - ‘Conservative Party members not washed up’, The Times, 21 Oct 2002

2002.017 ‘Trader Maclean’, Letter to the Daily Mail 13 Aug 2002 (not published)

2002.018 Understanding Common Law Legislation - United States edition, Oxford University Press 2002 ISBN 0 1992477 7 3

2002.019 DT029L - ‘Does the working class still exist?’, Daily Telegraph, 15 Apr 2002

2002.020 DT030L - ‘The dangers of a ‘short’ constitution’, Daily Telegraph, 29 Aug 2002

2002.021 DT032L - ‘Advertising and the BBC’, Daily Telegraph, 24 Oct 2002

2002.022 DT035L 'Conspiracy conviction of Peter Hain', Daily Telegraph, 2 Mar 2002

2002.023 'Prudery and Children', FB's letter published only on this website

 

2003.001 Sexual Ethics and Criminal Law, Lester Publishing 2003

2003.002 ‘The UK Sexual Offences Bill: A Victorian Spinster’s View of Sex’, Com L Vol 12 No 1 p.6l, Apr 2003

2003.003 ‘Requiem for the Lord Chancellor?’, Com L Vol 12 No 2 p.31, Aug 2003

2003.004 Sexual Offences Bill - Briefing on Proposed Amendment to Clause 14, Superseded by the 2nd edition

2003.005 Sexual Offences Bill - Briefing on Sex Offences by Children (2nd edn), Superseded by the 3rd edition

2003.006 ‘The meaning of “sexual” in the Sexual Offences Bill’, 167 JPN (2003) p.764

2003.007 ‘Criminalizing Children under the Sexual Offences Bill’, 167 JPN (2003) p.784

2003.008 ‘Human Rights - A Threat to Law?’, 26(2) UNSWLJ p.418

2003.009 Briefing on the Sexual Offences Act 2003 - Sex Offences by Children (3rd edn), Lester Publishing 15 Dec 2003

2003.010 Poemotions - Bennion Undraped, Lester Publishing 2003

2003.011 ‘Plain Language in Law’, Published only on this website

2003.012 ‘Office dressing-down’, Oldie 167, Feb 2003

2003.013 LR002 ‘More on Lord Jenkins of Hillhead deceased’, The Times Register (Lives Remembered), 9 Jan 2003

2003.014 LR003 ‘More on Sir John Smith QC deceased’, The Times Register (Lives Remembered), 8 Apr 2003

2003.015 LR004 ‘More on Edward Erdman deceased’, The Times Register (Lives Remembered), 10 May 2003

2003.016 LR005 ‘Godfrey Carter CBE deceased’, The Times Register (Lives Remembered), 19 Aug 2003

2003.017 LR006 ‘More on Godfrey Carter CBE deceased’, The Times Register (Lives Remembered), 9 Sep 2003

2003.018 T099 - Common law is behind Human Rights Act 1998, The Times, 28 Feb 2003

2003.019 T100 - Why we should keep the Lord Chancellor, The Times, 14 Jun 2003

2003.020 T101 - Bias and the BBC’s responsibilities (Iraq war), The Times, 8 Jul 2003.

2003.021 T102 - Honours system restricts freedom, The Times, 29 Nov 2003

2003.022 D003 - ‘Rowan Williams is wrong man for job’, The Times, 1 Jan 2003

2003.023 D004 - ‘When flexitime is unreasonable’, The Times, 9 Jan 2003

2003.024 D005 - ‘Destroying the wonderful thing called childhood’, The Times, 22 Apr 2003

2003.025 D006 - ‘Is debt an evil?’, The Times, 6 Jun 2003

2003.026 D007 - ‘Naked ramblers’, The Times, 11 Aug 2003

2003.027 D008 - ‘Hutton Inquiry’, The Times, 30 Sep 2003

2003.028 FBBB1 - ‘The British Honours system’, FB’s British Blog, 2 Dec 2003

2003.029 FBBB2 - ‘World’s Policeman in the Maghreb’, FB’s British Blog, 3 Dec 2003

2003.030 FBBB3 -’Bennion undraped’, FB’s British Blog, 4 Dec 2003

2003.031 FBBB4 -’Should half the population be dangerous?’, FB’s British Blog, 5 Dec 2003

2003.032 FBBB5 -’Highly procreative territories’, FB’s British Blog, 6 Dec 2003

2003.033 FBBB6 -’Doors, chimneys and windows’, FB’s British Blog, 7 Dec 2003

2003.034 FBBB7 -’Tact, truth, Aids and homophobia’, FB’s British Blog, 8 Dec 2003

2003.035 FBBB8 -’Doubly irritating’ (teaching children respect), FB’s British Blog, 9 Dec 2003

2003.036 FBBB9 -’Cloud Cuckoo Land?’ (appealing old convictions), FB’s British Blog, 10 Dec 2003

2003.037 FBBB10 -’Mistaking form for substance’ (the proposed Supreme Court), FB’s British Blog, 11 Dec 2003

2003.038 FBBB11 -’Too many graduates?’, FB’s British Blog, 12 Dec 2003

2003.039 FBBB12 -’Are you a PLWA?’ (political correctness), FB’s British Blog, 13 Dec 2003

2003.040 FBBB13 -’A guilt culture?’, FB’s British Blog, 14 Dec 2003

2003.041 FBBB14 -’Open letter to Trevor Phillips Esq., Chair of the Commission for Racial Equality’, FB’s British Blog, 15 Dec 2003

2003.042 FBBB15 -’More on the Gong Show’, FB’s British Blog, 16 Dec 2003

2003.043 FBBB16 -’Why the European constitution failed’, FB’s British Blog, 17 Dec 2003

2003.044 FBBB17 -’Sadam in Wonderland’, FB’s British Blog, 18 Dec 2003

2003.045 FBBB18 -’Sexist Mary Ann’, FB’s British Blog, 19 Dec 2003

2003.046 FBBB19 -’Gong Show Part 3’, FB’s British Blog, 20 Dec 2003

2003.047 FBBB20 -’The trials of edspeak’, FB’s British Blog, 21 Dec 2003

2003.048 FBBB21 -’Class and society’, FB’s British Blog, 22 Dec 2003

2003.049 FBBB22 -’Sex-negative Melanie Phillips’, FB’s British Blog, 23 Dec 2003

2003.050 FBBB23 -’Grounds for complaint’ (why use the plural of ‘ground’?), FB’s British Blog, 24 Dec 2003

2003.051 FBBB24 -’A poem for Christmas Day’, FB’s British Blog, 25 Dec 2003

2003.052 FBBB25 -’A Christmas present’, FB’s British Blog, 26 Dec 2003

2003.053 FBBB26 -’The hazard of the die’, FB’s British Blog, 27 Dec 2003

2003.054 FBBB27 -’A magnificent book’ (ancient British offices), FB’s British Blog, 28 Dec 2003

2003.055 FBBB28 -’Welsh Police anti-racism’, FB’s British Blog, 29 Dec 2003

2003.056 FBBB29 -’Gong Show Part 4’, FB’s British Blog, 30 Dec 2003

2003.057 FBBB30 -’Lower case’, FB’s British Blog, 31 Dec 2003

2003.058 Obituary of Terence Skemp, Sent to The Times but not published

2003.059 Obituary of Lord Wilberforce, Sent to The Times but not published

2003.060 DT034 - ‘The attack on parish councils’, Daily Telegraph [Telegraph Weekend] , 8 Feb 2003

2003.061 JPN008L Consumer Credit Act 1974 s 127(3), 167 JPN (2003) 773
2003.062 Meaning of ‘sexual’ in Sexual Offences Bill, Spec 23 September 2003

 

2004.001 ‘A Law as the Answer to a Question’, 168 JPN (7 Feb 2004) p.84, 107

2004.002 ‘Criminal Justice (Justifiable Conduct) Bill’ (drafted by FB), Bill 36 of 2004 (House of Commons)

2004.003 ‘Home Defence - The Tony Martin Bill - I’, 168 JPN p.348, 8 May 2004

2004.004 ‘Home Defence - The Tony Martin Bill - II’, 168 JPN p.374, 15 May 2004

2004.005 ‘FB’s Evidence On The Honours System’, Submitted to House of Commons PASC 19 May 2004

2004.006 ‘The Terrorists Should not be Allowed to Win’, 13 Com L p.36, Apr 2004

2004.007 ‘House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitutional Reform Bill - Evidence by Francis Bennion’, Submitted to the House of Lords Select Comittee on C.nstituti al Reform on 22 Jun 2004

2004.008 ‘Is the Real IRA a Proscribed Organisation?’, 168 JPN p.472, 19 Jun 2004

2004.009 Bar journal publishes biased article letter to Counsel, Unpublished letter to Counsel

2004.010 D009 - Reforming the Honours system, The Times Register (Debate) 5 Jan 2004

2004.011 D010 - Defects of the draft European Union Constitution, The Times Register (Debate) 31 Mar 2004

2004.012 D011 - Smacking of children, The Times Register (Debate) 8 Jul 2004

2004.013 ‘Paul Foot and the thuggish Ricky Tomlinson’, Oldie 179, Feb 2004

2004.014 ‘The great myth of judicial independence’, The Times Law p.4, 13 Jul 2004

2004.015 PE5 - Death of Paul Foot, 1112 PE 13 p.6, 19 Aug 2004

2004.016 ‘Bennion starts statutory interpretation service’ (NESSSI), Counsel p.4, August 2004

2004.017 Use of ‘criteria’, ‘schedule’ and ‘debacle’, Email to Channel Four TV, 21 Aug 2004

2004.018 Use of ‘deteriorating’ and ‘hand’, Email to Channel Four TV, 21 Aug 2004

2004.019 Use of ‘longitude’, Email to Channel Four TV, 21 Aug 2004

2004.020 ‘The Real IRA Is Proscribed After All’, 168 JPN p.694, 4 Sep 2004

2004.021 Moral Sex, Lester Publishing 2004

2004.022 T103 - Fair trials and suicide bombers, The Times, Letters, 13 Feb 2004

2004.023 T104 - Racism: Ron Atkinson’s TV slip, The Times, Letters, 28 Apl 2004

2004.024 T105 - Mental Capacity Bill, The Times, Letters, 8 Sep 2004

2004.025 ‘Fussnotes and other Annotational Engines’ - Part I, 168 JPN p.634, 14 Aug 2004

2004.026 ‘Fussnotes and other Annotational Engines’ - Part II, 168 JPN p.676, 28 Aug 2004

2004.027 ‘Fussnotes and other Annotational Engines’ - Part III, 168 JPN p.754, 25 Sep 2004

2004.028 ‘Why the Hunting Bill is Unconstitutional’, 168 JPN p.754, 25 Sep 2004

2004.029 PA001 - ‘Means-testing’, The Times, Public Agenda p.16, 12 Oct 2004

2004.030 Cherry, Sir Benjamin Lennard, Oxford DNB, 23 Sep 2004

2004.031 MT001 - How to ditch your partner, The Times, Modern Times p.53, 23 Oct 2004

2004.032 T106 - The Times goes ‘compact’, The Times Letters, 1 Nov 2004

2004.033 ‘Making Less of [Doris] Lessing’, The Spectator, 6 Nov 2004

2004.034 ‘Is the Parliament Act invalid?’, The Times Law, 9 Nov 2004

2004.035 ‘Is Political Correctness the Problem – or Is It Something Else?’, 13 Com L 3 p.39, Dec 2004

2004.036 ‘Teaching Atheism’, The Times, Public Agenda p.24, 23 Nov 2004

2004.037 ‘Is the New Hunting Act Valid?’, 168 JPN (27 Nov 2004) 928

2004.038 Not Used

2004.039 D012L ‘Should the BBC governors resign’ letter to Times debate, 30 Aug 2004

2004.040 Review of ‘The Emotional Literacy Handbook’ by Antidote, 18 Professionalism in Practice, Spring 2004) 8

2004.041 DT035 - ‘Emergency powers for Government’, Daily Telegraph, 3 Dec 2004

2004.042 DT036 - ‘Delaying the hunting ban’, Daily Telegraph, 27 Dec 2004

2004.043 FBBB31 - ‘My blogs in the New Year’, FB’s British Blog, 1 Jan 2004

2004.044 FBBB32 - ‘Triple whammy’, FB’s British Blog, 2 Jan 2004

2004.045 FBBB33 - ‘Stuttering Stuttaford 1’, FB’s British Blog, 3 Jan 2004

2004.046 FBBB34 - ‘Stuttering Stuttaford 2’, FB’s British Blog, 4 Jan 2004

2004.047 FBBB35 - ‘Gong Show Part 5’, FB’s British Blog, 5 Jan 2004

2004.048 FBBB36 - ‘Bennion on Google 1’, FB’s British Blog, 6 Jan 2004

2004.049 FBBB37 - ‘Cultural and grammatical’, FB’s British Blog, 7 Jan 2004

2004.050 FBBB38 - ‘Why did it feel so good?’, FB’s British Blog, 8 Jan 2004

2004.051 FBBB39 - ‘Was Stalin a humanist?’, FB’s British Blog, 9 Jan 2004

2004.052 FBBB40 - ‘Class again’, FB’s British Blog, 10 Jan 2004

2004.053 FBBB41 - ‘Different ideas of guilt’, FB’s British Blog, 11 Jan 2004

2004.054 FBBB42 - ‘It’s known as free speech’, FB’s British Blog, 12 Jan 2004

2004.055 FBBB43 - ‘Bennion on Google 2’, FB’s British Blog, 13 Jan 2004

2004.056 FBBB44 - ‘Whistle and I’ll come to you’, FB’s British Blog, 14 Jan 2004

2004.057 FBBB45 - ‘Cross and cuffing statutes’, FB’s British Blog, 15 Jan 2004

2004.058 FBBB46 - ‘A bad book of bad English’, FB’s British Blog, 16 Jan 2004

2004.059 FBBB47 - ‘Contravening the duty of sex-fulfilment’, FB’s British Blog, 17 Jan 2004

2004.060 FBBB48 - ‘Wog blog’, FB’s British Blog, 18 Jan 2004

2004.061 FBBB49 - ‘The big question on university top-up fees’, FB’s British Blog, 19 Jan 2004

2004.062 FBBB50 - ‘Poles and wires in Barnet’, FB’s British Blog, 20 Jan 2004

2004.063 FBBB51 - ‘Running away from class traitors’, FB’s British Blog, 21 Jan 2004

2004.064 FBBB52 - ‘A silly waste of money’, FB’s British Blog, 22 Jan 2004

2004.065 FBBB53 - ‘Naming and shaming’, FB’s British Blog, 23 Jan 2004

2004.066 FBBB54 - ‘I wash my hands of it’, FB’s British Blog, 24 Jan 2004

2004.067 FBBB55 - ‘Man not included’, FB’s British Blog, 25 Jan 2004

2004.068 FBBB56 - ‘A big surprise for Mark’, FB’s British Blog, 26 Jan 2004

2004.069 FBBB57 - ‘What has this to do with dermatology?’, FB’s British Blog, 27 Jan 2004

2004.070 FBBB58 - ‘Say I’m growing old’, FB’s British Blog, 28 Jan 2004

2004.071 FBBB59 - ‘Reply from Mr Lishman’, FB’s British Blog, 29 Jan 2004

2004.072 FBBB60 - ‘It won’t do Mr Lishman’, FB’s British Blog, 30 Jan 2004

2004.073 FBBB61 - ‘Good riddance barrow boy’, FB’s British Blog, 31 Jan 2004

2004.074 FBBB62 - ‘Babu English triumphs’, FB’s British Blog, 1 Feb 2004

2004.075 FBBB63 - ‘Bennion on Google 3’, FB’s British Blog, 2 Feb 2004

2004.076 FBBB64 - ‘Religious idiocy 2’, FB’s British Blog, 3 Feb 2004

2004.077 FBBB65 - ‘The right to be let alone’, FB’s British Blog, 4 Feb 2004

2004.078 FBBB66 - ‘Inter arma leges silent’, FB’s British Blog, 5 Feb 2004

2004.079 FBBB67 - ‘Bennion on Google 4’, FB’s British Blog, 6 Feb 2004

2004.080 FBBB68 - ‘More on the right to be let alone’, FB’s British Blog, 7 Feb 2004

2004.081 FBBB69 - ‘More on the North Wales Police’, FB’s British Blog, 8 Feb 2004

2004.082 FBBB70 - ‘Religious idiocies 3’, FB’s British Blog, 9 Feb 2004

2004.083 FBBB71 - ‘Now the Cheshire Police are at it’, FB’s British Blog, 10 Feb 2004

2004.084 FBBB72 - ‘How dry do you like your Martini?’, FB’s British Blog, 11 Feb 2004

2004.085 FBBB73 - ‘The truth about Kelly’, FB’s British Blog, 12 Feb 2004

2004.086 FBBB74 - ‘As bad as I feared’, FB’s British Blog, 13 Feb 2004

2004.087 FBBB75 - ‘Not the way to do it’, FB’s British Blog, 14 Feb 2004

2004.088 FBBB76 - ‘A daily dose of the Bible’, FB’s British Blog, 15 Feb 2004

2004.089 FBBB77 - ‘A clarion call’, FB’s British Blog, 16 Feb 2004

2004.090 FBBB78 - ‘A mystery plaque’, FB’s British Blog, 17 Feb 2004

2004.091 FBBB79 - ‘Let’s have some literacy here’, FB’s British Blog, 18 Feb 2004

2004.092 FBBB80 - ‘A luxury we can’t afford’, FB’s British Blog, 19 Feb 2004

2004.093 FBBB81 - ‘More Police stroppiness’, FB’s British Blog, 20 Feb 2004

2004.094 FBBB82 - ‘Sexual autonomy’, FB’s British Blog, 21 Feb 2004

2004.095 FBBB83 - ‘The language of command’, FB’s British Blog, 27 Feb 2004

2004.096 FBBB84 - ‘The blame for slavery’, FB’s British Blog, 28 Feb 2004

2004.097 FBBB85 - ‘Mr Toad takes the road’, FB’s British Blog, 29 Feb 2004

2004.098 FBBB86 - ‘In Limerick’s fair city’, FB’s British Blog, 1 Mar 2004

2004.099 FBBB87 - ‘Media impudence defied’, FB’s British Blog, 2 Mar 2004

2004.100 FBBB88 - ‘Anal enlightenment’, FB’s British Blog, 3 Mar 2004

2004.101 FBBB89 - ‘Specious embellishments and fantastic novelties’, FB’s British Blog, 4 Mar 2004

2004.102 FBBB90 - ‘Lost Horizon 1’, FB’s British Blog, 5 Mar 2004

2004.103 FBBB91 - ‘A hole in the Cabinet’, FB’s British Blog, 10 Mar 2004

2004.104 FBBB92 - ‘How emotions shape our actions’, FB’s British Blog, 11 Mar 2004

2004.105 FBBB93 - ‘Look here, that’s not funny’, FB’s British Blog, 12 Mar 2004

2004.106 FBBB94 - ‘The truth about Peter Hain’, FB’s British Blog, 15Mar 2004

2004.107 FBBB95 - ‘Bring on the clowns’, FB’s British Blog, 16 Mar 2004

2004.108 FBBB96 - ‘Hiroshima mon amour’, FB’s British Blog, 17 Mar 2004

2004.109 FBBB97 - ‘Woolf in sheep’s clothing’, FB’s British Blog, 18 Mar 2004

2004.110 FBBB98 - ‘The right to be let alone 3’, FB’s British Blog, 19 Mar 2004

2004.111 FBBB99 - ‘The Vandal of Downing street’, FB’s British Blog, 22 Mar 2004

2004.112 FBBB100 - ‘Opera for the deaf’, FB’s British Blog, 23 Mar 2004

2004.113 FBBB101 - ‘A canard perpetuated’, FB’s British Blog, 25 Mar 2004

2004.114 FBBB102 - ‘On All Fools Day’, FB’s British Blog, 2 Apr 2004

2004.115 FBBB103 - ‘Joy in Heaven’, FB’s British Blog, 3 Apr 2004

2004.116 FBBB104 - ‘A new way to treat the delinquent young?’, FB’s British Blog, 4 Apr 2004

2004.117 FBBB105 - ‘Putting it into perspective’, FB’s British Blog, 5 Apr 2004

2004.118 FBBB106 - ‘John Mortimer: a lawyer who despises his profession’, FB’s British Blog, 20 Apr 2004

2004.119 FBBB107 - ‘Economical with the truth’, FB’s British Blog, 21 Apr 2004

2004.120 FBBB108 - ‘An age-old problem’, FB’s British Blog, 24 Apr 2004

2004.121 FBBB109 - ‘There is really no need to be squeamish’, FB’s British Blog, 29 Apr 2004

2004.122 FBBB110 - ‘A Bishop should be blameless’, FB’s British Blog, 3 May 2004

2004.123 FBBB111 - ‘Women don’t understand men’, FB’s British Blog, 8 Nov 2004

2004.124 FBBB112 - ‘Are women bishops really good for you?’, FB’s British Blog, 9 Nov 2004

2004.125 FBBB113 - ‘His placard was ordered to be destroyed’, FB’s British Blog, 11 Nov 2004

2004.126 FBBB114 - ‘A lazy accent, lacking in clarity’, FB’s British Blog, 12 Nov 2004

2004.127 FBBB115 - ‘Bad manners on the internet’, FB’s British Blog, 6 Dec 2004

2004.128 FBBB116 - “Sent to Coventry for saying ‘nigger’”,, FB’s British Blog, 15 Dec 2004

2004.129 ‘Norris McWhirter’ - Obituary

2004.130 Letter to Prof. Germaine Greer

2004.131 ‘Double trouble for ex-Home Secretary’, Sunday Telegraph, 26 Dec 2004

2004.132 Unerstanding Common Law Legislation - Indian edition, Eastern Book Company 2004 - ISBN 0 1956690 3 7

2004.133 DT035 - ‘Emergency powers for the Government’, Daily Telegraph, 3 Dec 2004

2004.134 'Is the Parliament Act valid?', NLJ (26 Nov 2004) 1746

2004.135 FB talks about his major work Statutory Interpretation, 8 Nov 2004

2004.136 FB talks about his website, 30 Nov 2004

2004.137 JPN009L Use of Latin, 168 JPN (2004) 738

2004.138 "Is the 'The Parliament Act 1949' unconstitutional?" - Fb interviewed by Stephen Ward LexisNexis Butterworths Internet comment by FB, 2 Dec 2004
2004.139 NP ‘Bad English by Cricket Commentators’ e-mails sent to Channel 4 television (23 Aug 2004)
2004.140 NP ‘Iraq invasion seen as a ‘backward step ’ FB's response to a letter in the Times written by Mr. Daljit Sehbai (27 Aug 2004)

 

2005.001 Long review of Killing Thinking by Mary Evans and Where have all the Intellectuals Gone? by Furedi, Full version of 2005.007

2005.002 This number is not in use

2005.003 This number is not in use

2005.004 This number is not in use

2005.005 This number is not in use

2005.006 FBBB117 - ‘Brilliant Brat Camp’, FB’s British Blog, 11 Feb 2005

2005.007 Short review of Killing Thinking by Mary Evans, PAT Journal, Spring 2005

2005.008 ‘Lord Denning and the Judicial Role - Part 1’, 169 JPN (22 January 2005) 50

2005.009 ‘Lord Denning and the Judicial Role - Part 2’, 169 JPN (29 January 2005) 74

2005.010 The wedding of HRH Prince Charles and Mrs Camilla Parker Bowles, 155 NLJ (18 Feb 2005), 231

2005.011 FBBB118 - ‘Paul Foot goes down a third time’, FB’s British Blog, 7 Mar 2005

2005.012 ‘Royal wedding and the Marrriage Act 1836’, Evening Standard, 26 Feb 2005

2005.013 ‘Curious behaviour of the Attorney General’, 169 JPN (5 Mar 2005) 168

2005.014 T107 ‘Stirring up religious hatred’, The Times Letters, 11 Mar 2005

2005.015 ‘Does the Attorney General Know His Job?’, 173 JPN (2 Apr 2005) 248

2005.016 ‘Publishing the Laws: What we can Learn from the Colonial System’, Com L Vol 14 no 1 p. 32, Apl 2005

2005.017 JPN010L ‘Mental Capacity Act 2005’, 169 JPN (23 Apr 2005) 320.

2005.018 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 2004 (chapter ‘Statute Law ‘), LexisNexis UK

2005.019 Comments on the News 1 - ‘The Future of the Human Rights Acts’,

2005.020 Probing the Media 1 - The Times, 25 and 27 April 2005:’Papal installation ceremony’ - Richard Owen and “Pope Benedict is not ‘smug’”- Ruth Glehill,

2005.021 Comments on the News 2 - ‘Hard thinking required’ (Proportional Representation -1),

2005.022 The Art of Teaching - Short review, PAT Journal, Summer 2005

2005.023 The Art of Teaching - Long review (Full version of 2005.022),

2005.024 Comments on the News 3 - ‘Old Hat PR’,

2005.025 Review of XY 100: one hundred strategies for life by Matt Whyman, GLH Spring 2005, 20

2005.026 Homophobia in Times Law, The Times Law, 10 May 2005

2005.027 T108 ‘Arguments against proportional representation’, The Times Letters, 12 May 2005

2005.028 ‘Bingham’s Finger’ (using finger to imitate gun), 169 JPN (14 May 2005) 368

2005.029 ‘Will new legislation end postal voting fraud?’, LexisNexis ‘Legal Updater’ Web service 31 May 2005

2005.030 Probing the Media 2 - ‘Sunday Telegraph, 1 May 2005’,

2005.031 Probing the Media 3 - ‘The Oldie - May 2005’,

2005.032 Comments on the News 4 - ‘Why say no?’,

2005.033 FBBB119 ‘Hard News and Soft News on Today’, FB’s British Blog, 7 Jun 2005

2005.034 Probing the Media 4 - ‘Today, 26 May 2005’,

2005.035 FBBB120 ‘An alternative European Treaty?’, FB’s British Blog, 9 Jun 2005

2005.036 Comments on the News 5 - ‘Old Hat PR’,

2005.037 ‘Don’t Call the Old “Older”, 169 JPN (18 Jun 2005) 473

2005.038 Probing the Media 5 - ‘Times Body&Soul 2 July 2005’,

2005.039 FBBB121 ‘London bombed - And this is why they did it’ (See also 2005.040), FB’s British Blog, 8 Jul 2005

2005.040 Comment on the News 6 - ‘London bombed - And this is why they did it’ (See also 2005.039), .

2005.041 FBBB122 ‘Brave Muslim voices’, FB’s British Blog, 11 Jul 2005

2005.042 ‘Introduction to Supplement to 4th edn of Bennion’s Statutory Interpretation, Publishing Details

2005.043 Comments on the News 7 - ‘Blame the Koran’,

2005.044 ‘A New Reason for Blasphemy Reform - Part I’, 169 JPN (30 Jul 2005) 588

2005.045 ‘A New Reason for Blasphemy Reform - Part II’, 169 JPN (6 Aug 2005) 609

2005.046 ‘A New Reason for Blasphemy Reform - Part III’, 169 JPN (13 Aug 2005) 629

2005.047 ‘How Young Men Avoid Mistakes’, .

2005.048 Comment on the News 8 - ‘Is Democracy Islamic?’,

2005.049 Probing the Media 6 - ‘Amazing error by The Times’,

2005.050 ‘Government v Judiciary' (‘Constitutional Crisis: Special Report 1’), 169 JPN (20 Aug 2005) 651, 660

2005.051 Probing the Media 7 - ‘We are all guilty’,

2005.052 FBBB123.’Treachery of the Intelligentsia’, FB’s British Blog, 25 Aug 2005

2005.053 Tribute to the late Barry Rose, 169 JPN (13 Aug 2005)

2005.054 JPN011L ‘Should we have a Ministry of Justice?’, 169 JPN, 16 July 2005, p 557.

2005.055 Summary of 2005.056,

2005.056 JPN045A 'Government wish to instruct judges on interpretation' ('Constitutional Crisis: Special Report 2'), 169 JPN 812

2005.057 Statutory Interpretation Supplement to the 4th edn, Publishing Details

2005.058 G035 'Discarding Ken Clarke, three-times loser', Guardian letters, 20 Oct 2005

2005.059 PL003A 'Judgement and discretion revisited: pedantry or substance?', [2005] PL Winter 707

2005.060 JPN046A 'Detaining Fanatics Without Trial' ('Constitutional Crisis: Special Report 3'), 169 JPN (2005) 913

2005.061 Objections to the Hunting Act 2004 ('Hunting: necessary action, and high time to take it'), 8 CI (Christmas 2005) 122

2005.062 JPN047A 'Evidence Obtained By Torture' ('Constitutional Crisis: Special Report 4'), 169 JPN (2005) 989

2005.063 COML007A Racial and Religious Hatred Bill ('Gilding the Lily on Religious Hatred'), Com L Vol 14 no 1 p. 35, Dec 2005

2005.064 Bennion's 2005 Journal

2005.065 JPN012L 'Vehicle drivers must concentrate' 169 Justice of the Peace (26 Nov 2005) 938

2005.066 FB's prosecution of Peter Hain in 1972 (Transcript) Broadcast on Radio 4 in the 'Politically Charged' series at 10.45pm on Sun 11 Dec 2005

 

2006.001 G036 'Respecting students' wishes', The Guardian, Education Guardian, 10 January 2006

2006.002 Befriending and scolding of children by strangers, FB's British Blog, 23 January 2006

2006.003 JPN048A Police invention of hate crimes and hate incidents, 170 JPN (21 January 2006) 27

2006.004 JPN049A Religious Hate Bill, 170 JPN (11 February 2006) 87

2006.005 'Polly Toynbee and PR', FB's British Blog, 17 February 2006

2006.006 T109 'Legislave and Regulatory Reform Bill', The Times letters, 20 February 2006

2006.007 NLJ013L 'Law of Ancient Lights' 156 NLJ (17 February 2006) 253

2006.008 WW2-01 'Waiting to enlist in the London Blitz', BBC WW2 Peoples' War website

2006.009 WW2-02 'Pilot training in the wartime Royal Air Force - Part I', BBC WW2 Peoples' War website

2006.010 WW2-03 'Pilot training in the wartime Royal Air Force - Part II', BBC WW2 Peoples' War website

2006.011 WW2-04 "My Malcolm Club prize-winning story - 'Debut'", BBC WW2 Peoples' War website

2006.012 JPN050A 'Pepper v Hart and Executive Estoppel' 170 JPN (11 March 2006) 167

2006.013 'How to beome a good teacher', Book review, PIP March/April 2006 page 8

2006.014 'Terry Jones defames Blair over God'

2006.015 'Separation of Powers in Written and Unwritten Constitutions', 15 Com L (April 2006) 17

2006.016 G037 One union for teachers? They don’t all think the same way, Education Guardian, Letters 18 Apr 2006

2006.017 JPN051A 'The Crisis Deepens and Widens' ('Constitutional Crisis: Special Report 5') , 170 JPN (6 May 2006) 326

2006.018 JPN052A 'Human Rights Act May Be Amended - Official' ('Constitutional Crisis: Special Report 6'), 170 JPN (20 May 2006) 368

2006.019 G038L 'The Nonsense of Child-Centred Education', The Guardian, Education Guardian, 18 April 2006

2006.020 NLJ030L 'Defending the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill 2006', 156 NLJ (26 May 2006) 857

2006.021 JPN013L Judicial 'diversity' and consistent judgements, 170 JPN (10 June 2006) 438

2006.022 OBS001L Accepting the prevalence of pederasty, The Observer Review 11 June 2006

2006.023 ES003L Cameron's Bill of Rights Proposal 1, The Evening Standard, 27 June 2006
2006.024 G039L Cameron's Bill of Rights Proposal 2, The Guardian, 28 June 2006
2006.025 NLJ031L Legislation in plain English? 1, 156 NLJ (23 June 2006) 1001
2006.026 NP Legislation in plain English? 2, Sent to The Times on 17 June 2006 but not published
2006.027 NP Legislation in plain English? 3, Sent to The Spectator on 17 June 2006 but not published
2006.028 OLD003L FB as Oldie Bore of the Month, The Oldie, July 2006 p. 48 190 13.07.2006
2006.029 JPN053A 'Practice Directions: A Need For Order?', 170 JPN (8 July 2006) 508
2006.030 JCLI001A 'A New Skill? Law-Text Analysis', Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, Issue 3, (July) 2006 192 14.07.2006
2006.031 NP 'Blair's Law-Churning', Sent to the Guardian on 5 July 2006 but not published 193 17.07.2006
2006.032 JPN054A 'Spotting the Key Text that Solves the Case', 170 JPN (5 August 2006) 588 198 07.08.2006
2006.033 Book 55 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 2005 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law ‘), Lexis Nexis UK 200 07.08.2006
2006.034 G044L 'PAT’s respect for nursery nurses' The Guardian (Letters), 3 Aug 2006 202 09.08.200

2006.035 'Legislation in plain English? 4', 156 NLJ (15 September 2006) p. 1377

2006.036 FB's Lifetime Achievements

2006.037 JPN055A 'Statutory Powers and the Preamble to a Statutory Instrument', 170 JPN (7 October 2006) p. 767

2006.038 G041L 'State support for faith schools', Education Guardian, 31 Oct 2006

2006.039 JPN056A Prosecutive power and value of private prosecutions, 170 JPN (4 Nov 2006) 847

2006.040 JPN057A Prosecution policy; Statute Law Society; Statute Law reform; law-churning, 170 JPN (18 November 2006) 888

2006.041 OBS003L Celebrating the film Shortbus, The Observer Review 3 Dec 2006

2006.042 ES004L Office bullying: two different ways of treating a grievance, The London Evening Standard, 1 Dec 2006

2006.043 JPN058A Private prosecutions; the prosecutorial discretion, 170 JPN (9 Dec 2006) 944

2006.044 'The Handbook of Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties', PIP, Dec 2006. p.6

2006.045 'Hate crime', Home page 'Current News' item, 29 Dec 2006

2006.046 Account of FB's prosecution of Peter Hain, Dec 2006

2006.047 JPN014L Correspondence on Jones and Whally, 170 JPN (25 Nov 2006) 916

2006.048 FB's request to Brian Kay on Radio 3, 19 Nov 2006

 

2007.001 JPN059A Al Yamamah: four errors about prosecutions, 171 JPN (6 & 13 Jan 2007) 6

2007.002 G042L 'Schools: corporal punishment and learners’ councils', Education Guardian, 16 Jan 2007

2007.003 PL004A 'Executive estoppel: Pepper v Hart revisited, [2007] PL Spring 1

2007.005 JPN060A 'Sex Education: Left Hand, Right Hand', 171 JPN (3 Mar 2007) 148

2007.006 OBS004L 'What is a leading question?', The Observer, 25 Mar 2007

2007.007 FB’s review of Teaching Religious Education, 27 PIP (Apr 2007) 18

2007.008 T110L 'Clearing the Court for Niqab wearers', The Times (Letters), 30 Apr 2007

2007.009 Fractured Law - or Three Strikes Against The HRA, 171 JPN (19 and 26 May 2007) 358 and 380

2007.010 T111L Blair's right to act as Prime Minister when retiring (1), The Times (Letters) 8 Jun 2007

2007.011 DT038L Blair's right to act as Prime Minister when retiring (2), The Daily Telegraph (Letters) 12 Jun 2007

2007.012 NLJ033L 'The OECD Convention on Combating Bribery', 157 NLJ (16 Mar 2007) 377

2007.013 NLJ034L 'Financing the Courts', 157 NLJ (15 Jun 2007) 825

2007.014 DT039L 'BBC's impartiality', The Daily Telegraph (Letters) 20 Jun 2007

2007.015 Book 56 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 2006 (chapter entitled ‘Statute Law ‘), Lexis Nexis UK

2007.016 T112L Blair's right to act as Prime Minister when retiring (3), The Times (Letters) 12 Jun 2007

2007.017 DT040L Commons applause for Blair, The Daily Telegraph (Letters) 29 Jun 2007

2007.018 'Confusion Over Plain Language Law, 16 Com L (August 2007) 61

2007.019 English: Prescriptive or Descriptive?, 304 The Spectator (4 August 2007) 25

2007.020 'Do You Need a Life Coach' - Long Review of The Life Coaching Handbook by Curly Martin

2007.021 'Do You Need a Life Coach' - Short Review of The Life Coaching Handbook by Curly Martin, 30 PIP (Jan 2008) 10

2007.022 JPN062A 'Aspects of the Legal Meaning', 171 JPN (13 Oct 2007) 715

2007.024 Foreword to The Irish Statute Book - A Guide to Irish Legislation by Brian Hunt, First Law Limited, Dublin 2007

2007.025 JPN064A 'Musharraf's Bed of Nails: Might it One Day Be Ours?', 171 JPN (24 Nov 2007) 831

2007.026 JPN065A 'Plain English: Harriet Harman Bends The Truth', 171 JPN (15 Dec 2007) 886

2007.027 'Ambiguous amendments on fatherhood in the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill 2007 [HL]', Circulated but not published except on this website.

 

2008.001 JPN066A 'Ditching Daddy, or Tesco Ergo Sum - Part 1 - A Question of Ambiguity’, 172 JPN (5-12 January 2008) 7

2008.002 JPN067A Ditching Daddy, or Tesco Ergo Sum: Part 2 - Second Reading of the IVF Bill in the Lords, 172 JPN (19 January 2008) 23

2008.003 JPN068A 'Ditching Daddy, or Tesco Ergo Sum: Part 3: Having Their Cake and Eating It', 172 JPN (2 February 2008) 64

2008.004 EJ001L Chatham House Rule Explained, Exmouth Journal, 14 Feb 2008 p10

2008.005 DT041L Tory strategy on reducing tax and public spending, The Daily Telegraph, 21 March 2008

2008.006 FB at Gosling's Bank, Published only on this website

2008.007 IVF Treatment and the need for a Father, The Spectator 5 Apr 2008

2008.008 T113L Ed Balls attacked over his bullying of schools, The Times, 23 Apr 2008 Lead letter

2008.009 YV001 'The Politics of Antisocial Behaviour: Amoral Panics by Stuart Waiton [Short review]', YV (Apr 2008)

2008.010 JPN069A 'Law-Churning and the Sociologists', 172 JPN (12 April 2008) 228

2008.011 JPN70A 'Dangerous Drugs: Should We Really Take A Leap In The Dark?', 172 JPN (19 April 2008) 249

2008.012 OBS005L Tel Aviv in early days, The Observer, 27 Apr 2008 Letter

2008.013 Book 57 Bennion on Statutory Interpretation - 5th edition, LexisNexis 2008

2008.014 Bennion's NESSSI method - Version 2

2008.015 Book 58 The All England Law Reports Annual Review 2007, LexisNexis Butterworths

2008.016 JPN071A 'Is Law Still A Learned Profession?', 172 JPN (17 May 2008) 3168

2008.017 JPN072A 'Offences by Children: the Mental Element', 172 JPN (14 June 2008) 380-384

2008.018 T114L Poor quality of Bill for extending 28-day charging period, 11 Jun 2008 Lead Letter

2008.019 JPN015L Prime Minister Decides Prosecution Policy on Knives, 172 JPN (21 June 2008) 402
2008.020 JCLI001A Review of What About Law? Studying Law at University, Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, [2008] 3 Web JCLI

2008.021JPN073A 'Farewell to the Blasphemy Laws', 172 JPN (12 July 2008) 448-45

2008.022 JPN016L 'Need for research into paedophilia', 172 JPN 16 Aug 2008, p. 535

2008.023 JPN074A 'Improving Law Quality by Interstitial Articulation', 172 JPN (20 Sep 2008) 619-621

2008.024 JPN075A 'Olla Podrida', 172 JPN (11 Oct 2008) 673-675

2008.025 'Famous for being rude?', The Spectator, 11 Oct 2008

2008.026 Practical Statutory Interpretation: Bennion’s NESSSI Method - Version 3, Published only on this website

2008.027 'Multilex and Monolex: Aspects of Law Quality', 17 Com L (August 2008) 76-81

2008.028 JPN076A 'Olla Podrida' No. 2, 172 JPN (8 Nov 2008) 736-739

2008.029 The collected version of 'Olla Podrida'

2008.030 JPN017L 'Use of independent advocates by CPS', 172 JPN, 22 Nov 2008, p. 774

2008.031 JPN077A 'Statutory Interpretation: Teaching and Practice – Part 1', 172 JPN (6 Dec 2008) 802-804

2008.032 JPN078A 'Statutory Interpretation: Teaching and Practice – Part 2', 172 JPN (6 Dec 2008) 822-825

 

2009.001 'With a life peerage, life means life', The Spectator, 10 Jan 2009

2009.002 CL&J079A 'Olla Podrida' No. 3, 173 CL&J (3 & 10 Jan 2009) 14-17

2009.003 “Never On The Cards”: Fighting Single-Tier Local Government

2009.004 OBS006L Religious Hate Crime, The Observer Review, 18 Jan 2009

2009.005 CL&J080A '“Never On The Cards”: Fighting Single-Tier Local Government', 173 CL&J (31 Jan 2009) 72-75

2009.006 Not used. See 2009.011

2009.007 DT042L 'Too trifling for the law', The Daily Telegraph, 26 Feb 2009

2009.008 CL&J081A 'Olla Podrida' No. 4, 173 CL&J (28 Feb 2009) 137-140

2009.009 EJ002L FB’s statement on Devon Boundary Appeal, Exmouth Journal (2 Apr 2009) p. 12

2009.010 CL&J082A 'Olla Podrida' No. 5, 173 CL&J (28 Mar 2009) 200-203

2009.011 ‘Complex Legislation: Is Redaction The Answer?’, 18 Com L (Apr 2009) 23-27

2009.012 OBS007L The beauty of Bewick writ large, Observer Review, 3 May 2009

2009.013 CL&J083A 'Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults: Police Disclosure of Damaging Allegations', 173 CL&J (2 May 2009) 277-280

2009.014 The collected version of 'Olla Podrida', 18 May 2009

2009.015 T115 'Rules were broken in MPs’ expenses scandal', The Times Letters, 25 May 2009

2009.016 'How to Use NESSSI', Published only on this website
2009.017 'Practical Statutory Interpretation', Published only on this website

2009.018 ES005L MPs' expenses: due respect for Parliament, Evening Standard, 29 May 2009

2009.019 Book 59 Understanding Common Law Legislation (Pbk), Oxford University Press 2009

2009.020 CL&J084A 'Olla Podrida' No. 6, 173 CL&J (30 May 2009) 344-347

2009.022 OBS008L 'Long live the ballot', Observer Review, 14 June 2009

2009.023 DT043L 'Swatting up', The Daily Telegraph (Letters) 20 Jun 2009

2009.024 CL&J085A 'Olla Podrida' No. 7, 173 CL&J (27 Jun 2009) 411-413

2009.025 The collected version of 'Olla Podrida', 18 May 2009

2009.026 OBS009L 'Proportional representation fallacies', The Observer 2 Aug 2009

2009.027 CL&J018L Assisted suicide: an open letter to the DPP and his reply, 173 CL&J (1 Aug 2009) 494 and (8 Aug 2009) 511.

2009.028 CL&J086A 'Assisted Suicide: A Constitutional Change, 173 CL&J (15 Aug 2009) 519-523

2009.029 CL&J019L 'DPP and Suicide Act: Distinction between discretion and judgment', 173 CL&J (29 Aug 2009)

2009.030 DT044L 'Assisted suicide', The Daily Telegraph, 14 Sep 2009

2009.031 'Mens Rea and Defendants Below the Age of Discretion', Crim LR (2009) 757

2009.032 CL&J087A 'Criminal Law and the Sexual Child', 173 CL&J (10 Oct 2009) 645-646

2009.033 DT045L 'AV: a worse way of voting than first past the post', The Daily Telegraph (Letters) 6 Oct 2009
2009.034 DM003 The value of Party conferences, The Daily Mail (Letters) 12 Oct 2009

2009.035 CL&J088A 'Enhanced Criminal Record Certificates: Some Knotty Questions', 173 CL&J No. 46 (14 Nov. 2009) 725-728

2009.036 ComL012A 'Disappointing SupCo Is Here', 18 Com L (Dec 2009) 16-1

2009.037 OBS010L 'Juries and Obscenity', The Observer Review, 15 Nov 2009

2009.038 DT046L 'To like or not to like', The Daily Telegraph (Letters) 23 Nov 2009

2009.039 FB's Response to the DPP's 'Interim Policy for Prosecutors in respect of Cases of Assisted Suicide' consultation

2009.040 CL&J089A 'An Abortive Consultation on Assisted Suicide', 173 CL&J (5 Dec 2009) 773-777

2009.041 'Olla Podrida' No. 8, Published only on this website, 2 Dec 2009

2009.042 The collected version of 'Olla Podrida', 2 Dec 2009

2009.043 Consumer credit: an aborted foreword, Published only on this website

2009.044 'Olla Podrida' No. 9, Published only on this website, 29 Dec 2009

2009.045 EJ003L Mr Sleeman told tales of the town, Exmouth Journal (10 Dec 2009)

2009.046 CL&J020L 'Simple child nudity is not "indecency"’, 173 CL & J (19 & 26 Dec 2009), p. 807.

2009.047 The collected version of 'Olla Podrida', 29 Dec 2009

 

2010.001 DT047L The DPP (Keir Starmer QC) misunderstands his functions, The Daily Telegraph (Letters) 5 Jan 2010

2010.002 The DPP and Harriet Harman MP, Published only on this website

2010.003 CL&J021L 'Lack of philosophical focus in criminal justice reforms', 174 CL & J (23 Jan 2010), p. 45

2010.004 EJ004L British culture is shared with Europe, Exmouth Journal (21 Jan 2010) p. 10

2010.005 CL&J090A 'Ladies of the Law', 174 CL&J (6 Feb 2010) 74-76

2010.006 CL&J091A 'Assisted Suicide: Will Mr Starmer QC Obey the Law?', 174 CL&J (13 Feb 2010) 90

2010.007 DT048L David Cameron and the Rule of Law, The Daily Telegraph (Letters) 9 Feb 2010

2010.008 CL&J022L 'Correspondence with the Attorney General', CL&J 20 Feb 2010, p 112

2010.009 Statement by Francis Bennion on new assisted suicide guidelines, Published only on this website

2010.010 CLJ092A 'The DPP and Assisted Suicide: a Conspectus', 174 CL&J (27 March 2010) 184-186

2010.011 'New Prostitution Offence is "Outrageous"', LNB News, 19 Mar 2010

2010.012 'Law-churning and the Crime and Security Act 2010', LNB News, 20 April 2010

2010.013 CL&J023L 'Faith in Democracy', 174 CL&J (15 May 2010), p. 300

2010.014 YV002 Review of 'The Myth of Racist Kids: Anti-racist policy and the regulation of school life by Adrian Hart', 9 YV (Apr 2010) p21

2010.015 DT049L 'Zealous child protection', Daily Telegraph Letters 26 May 2010

2010.016 CL&J024L 'Separation of Powers: the Lord Chancellor, 174 CL&J 344 (5 Jun 2010)

2010.017 Com L013A 'Writing Like a Lawyer', 19/1 The Commonwealth Lawyer (April 2010) pp. 24-27

2010.018 EJ005L Longboat development in Budleigh Salterton, Exmouth Journal (10 Jun 2010) p 10

2010.019 CL&J093A 'The Legal Age of Discretion', 174 CL&J (12 Jun 2010) pages 357-360

2010.020 DT050L 'Working till you drop', Daily Telegraph Letters 26 Jun 2010

2010.021 EJ006L 'Councillors should protect views', Exmouth Journal, 1 Jul 2010, p 10

2010.022 OBS010L Love and opposing values, Observer, 4 Jul 2010

2010.023 The Spectator lets down Addison and Steele, Published only on this website

2010.024 CL&J025L 'Legal Services Commission and professional independence', 174 CL&J 544 (28 Aug 2010)

2010.025 ComL014A 'Should non-lawyers have power to change the law?', 19 The Commonwealth Lawyer (Dec 2010) pp 22-26

 

2011.001 DT051L 'Easing burden of proof against terrorists', Daily Telegraph, 10 Jan 2011

2011.002 YouTube 'The Dishonesty of the Alternative Vote System', Transcript of video published only on this websitee

2011.003 DT052L 'The Alternative Vote will turn second-choice politicians into winners', Daily Telegraph, 15 Mar 2011

2011.004 'Weeding out porn', The Spectator 12 March 2011

2011.005 Youtube ' Expert Exposes Danger of AV, Transcript of video published only on this website

2011.006 T116L 'Drawbacks of the Alternative Vote', The Times Letters 20 Apr 2011

2011.007 T117L 'Judges' opinions and the law', The Times 3 May 2011 (lead letter)

2011.008 TLS001L Name of Julian Maclaren-Ross, TLS 6 May 2011

2011.009 YouTube 'The Referendum Fiasco & House of Lords Reform', Transcript of video published only on this website

2011.010 Not used

2011.011 T118L 'Privacy and Ryan Giggs', The Times Letters 25 May 2011

2011.012 T119L 'DPP acts unlawfully on assisted suicide 1', The Times Letters 31 May 2011

2011.013 T120L 'DPP acts unlawfully on assisted suicide 2', The Times Letters 3 June 2011

2011.014 T121L 'Abolishing the crime of sedition at just the wrong time', The Times 9 June 2011 (lead letter)

2011.015 DT053L 'Striking does not put pupils first', Daily Telegraph 18 Jun 2011, (lead letter)

2011.016 YouTube 'Teachers’ Pensions: a Flight from Reason?' Transcript of video published on YouTube

2011.017 YouTube 'Unison Threatens the Government', Transcript of video published on YouTube

2011.018 YouTube 'Teachers' Pensions: a Comment on the One-Day Strike', Transcript of video published on YouTube

2011.019 T122L 'Breaking the rules in investigative journalism', The Times 25 July 2011

2011.020 TLS002L Francis Bennion’s 1941 RAF Course at St Andrews University, TLS 12 Aug 2011

2011.021 OBS011L The Greatness of Manchester, Observer 7 Aug 2011

2011.022 T123L 'Public libraries are protected by law', The Times 16 Aug 2011

2011.023 Drafting the Public Libraries and Museums Act 1964, Published on this and other websites

2011.024 T124L 'House of Lords reform: outside expertise', The Times 29 Aug 2011

2011.025 'Reform of bar practices', The Irish Times 7 Sep 2011

2011.026 T125L 'Assisted suicide and the rule of law', The Times 6 Sep 2011 (lead letter)

2011.027 T126L 'Pressure on private schools to help state schools', The Times 12 Oct 2011

2011.028 OBS012L 'Unemployment and the laws of nature', The Observer 16 Oct 2011

2011.029 T127L 'Strasbourg Judgments Bind the UK', The Times 26 Oct 2011

2011.030 T128L 'St Paul’s and the rule of law', The Times 14 Nov 2011

2011.031 DLAS and CAC, Published only on this website

2011.032 Legal meaning of Consumer Credit Act 1974 s. 61(1), Published only on this website

2011.033 Letter regarding Baroness Onora O’Neill’s Second Annual Jurisprudence Lecture, Published only on this website

2011.034 Writing to the Press, Published only on this website

 

2012.001 Disgraceful pollution of St Paul’s Cathedral, The Times 23 Jan 2012

2012.002 T130L 'No votes in law reform', The Times 3 Feb 2012

2012.003 T131L 'Latin for "Defender of the Rule of Law"', The Times 3 Jan 2012

2012.004 T132L 'Judge mistakes law in town hall prayer ban', The Times 14 Feb 2012

2012.005 T133L 'Are tax authorities acting outside the law?', The Times 2 Mar 2012

2012.006 EJ007L 'Is £5,000 wrongful payment matter closed?', Exmouth Journal, (22 Mar 2012), p 10

2012.007 T134L 'Aggressive tax avoidance', The Times, 30 Mar 2012

2012.008 T135L 'Sustainable Development: a Monstrous Planning Term', The Times (Letters) 9 Apr 2012

2012.009 T136L 'An evolutionary solution to the problem of House of Lords reform', The Times (Letters) 23 Apr 2012 p. 23

2012.010 'The crazy concept of sustainable development', Private Eye, 4-17 May 2012

2012.011 T137L 'Rule of Law infringed by Chancellor of the Exchequer', The Times 22 May 2012

2012.012 'Deficiencies of the 2012 National Planning Policy Framework', Published only on this website, 23 May 2012

2012.013 T138L 'Advantages of the hereditary system of Monarchy', The Times 7 Jun 2012

2012.014 'True lies and white lies', Published only on this website

2012.015 ComL015A 'Ultra Vires and the Rule of Law: The Scandalous Case of Assisted Suicide in England',The Commonwealth Lawyer Apr 2012 pp 28-31

2012.016 T139L 'Ignorant Lawmakers', The Times 3 Jul 2012

2012.017 T140L 'Unlawful appointment of Lord Chancellor (1)', The Times 7 Sep 2012

2012.018 T141L 'Unlawful appointment of Lord Chancellor (2)', The Times 12 Sep 2012

2012.019 T142L 'Using Law to Uphold Law', The Times 28 Sep 2012

2012.020 T143L 'Who is to blame for tax avoidance?', The Times 8 Oct 2012

2012.021 Law and Sustainability: A Protest, Lester Publishing (Also available on Kindle)

2012.022 ComL016A 'A New Nonagenarian Considers Liberty', 21 The Commonwealth Lawyer Dec 2012, pp. 57-62

2012.023 'Dictionary argument against gay marriage', The Spectator, 3 Nov 2012

2012.024 T144L 'National security trumps open justice', The Times 22 Nov 2012

2012.025 T145L 'Treat journalism as a profession with its own ethical charter', The Times 5 Dec 2012

2012.026 Same Sex Marriage Bill by Francis Bennion, published only on this website on 21 Dec 2012

 

2013.001 'Is Mr Punch still Relevant?', Published only on this website

2013.002 'The Perverse Gay Marriage Scheme - Cameron’s Preposterous Plot, Published only on this website

2013.003 'Private Prosecutions by RSPCA', The Spectator 9 Feb 2013

2013.004 T146L 'Reviving the constitutional crisis between the executive and the judges', Published in The Times 20 Feb 2013

2013.005

2013.006 'Genesis of Ghana's First Republican Constitution', Published only on this website

2013.007 T147L 'Head of Commonwealth must act only on advice', The Times 12 Mar 2013

2013.008 T148L 'Why we don’t want a press statute', The Times 18 Mar 2013

2013.009 DT002A 'FB's article on Leveson Report', The Daily Telegraph 20 Mar 2013

2013.010 T149L 'Dubious press amendments', The Times 22 Mar 2013

2013.011 T150L 'Dangers of Secret Arrests', The Times 15 Apr 2013

2013.012 T151L 'Trying to deport Abu Qatada' - Letter 1, The Times 27 Apr 2013

2013.013 T0152L 'Trying to deport Abu Qatada' - Letter 2, The Times 1 May 2013

2013.014 T0153L ‘Loss of respect for senior judges', The Times 16 May 2013

2013.015 'Parliamentary power to override judicial independence' Published only on this website

2013.016 T154L 'Privatising courts', The Times 10 Jun 2013

2013.017 T155L 'Futility of EU Referendum Bill', The Times 22 Jun 2013

2013.018 T156L 'Hold parliamentary inquiry instead of giving Turing pardon for indecency conviction', The Times, 29 Jul 2013

2013.019 'Turing Bill' by Francis Bennion

2013.020 'Budleigh Salterton cottage hospital', Exmouth Journal 19 Sep 2013 p. 10

2013.021 'How Our Law Fails the Citizen', The Commonwealth Lawyer, August 2013 pp. 19-24

2013.022 T157L 'Sir James Munby and Legal Policy', The Times 31 October 2013

2013.023 T158L 'Charging for Justice: A Contravention of Magna Carta', The Times 5 December 2013