Aids

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C S O E K T D I C T I O N A R Y W P V
S G H L R M I D D I E T C L H S E I I
D G E T J S K K L P P X R P I U Y N G
I I G I W T V V I E S L N S W G I L I
A S L T B V J J E P J T A C P Q O V N
L M Q Q F R U R X P M M I M Y A B W O
A V F L L F E V T E A O I W C I D J L
N O N K O O L N E R R X A O X D N K S
R T U M R J B J R V G B C W F S W J H
E A N F D L M O N H I T F W X X I O J
T I X H S N A X A A N H F Q D O G H D
N E B J C G R Q L R A P E N D H P J J
I L Y J A D P T A T L V U Y L A O Y B
U N Q C R S X L I J N F L Y N N Q I W
T L G G M P S A D V O E A W M S J P Q
M H C S A I V Q S B T F W O G A T E P
U D F S N I R M O X E G S S T R X D D
Q K N K A W T G P Q S E P V G D C G Y
K Q X L D V I D E C A K O D T B P J Q

Clues

  • Aids outside of an Act of Parliament (8, 4)
  • Aids outside of an Act of Parliament - non British laws (6)
  • Aids outside of an Act of Parliament - report of whats said in Parliament during debates (7)
  • Aids outside of an Act of Parliament - used in cheeseman (10)
  • Aids within the statute (8, 4)
  • Aids within the statute - in older acts to set out the purpose (7)
  • Aids within the statute - may be long or short (5)
  • Aids within the statute - not very helpful as inserted after debates (8, 5)
  • The case in which Hansard was used to the teachers favour (11)
  • Whose view is it that Hansard "promotes confusion not clarity" (11)

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