Opinion: is the UK moving towards government by decree? | FT

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    Covid, Brexit, terrorism: the FT’s legal commentator David Allen Green offers a guided tour of the justifications and history behind legislation by decree. Written and narrated by David Allen Green, produced by Tom Hannen

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