Council followed the "living tree" passage with an admonition that the Constitution should not be interpreted in a "narrow and technical" manner, but should rather be given a "large and liberal interpretation." (6) The Privy
Council acknowledged the well-established rule that the then British North America Act, 1867 (7) (now the Constitution Act, 1867) (8) should be interpreted "by the same methods of construction" (9) as other statutes.
Health officials privy
to the developments shared that the meeting thoroughly discussed the requirement for Corneal Transplant Centres including recognised transplant centres as well as recognised transplant surgeons were registered with MTRA.
But Mr Rogers, author of new Privy
Council history By Royal Appointment, said: "No one has become a Privy
Counsellor in this way just because they didn't want to go to the meeting."
JEREMY Corbyn has turned down an opportunity to be sworn in to the Privy
Council amid continued uncertainty over whether he will declare allegiance to the Queen in person.
JEREMY Corbyn will be joining the Privy
Council, a spokesman for the new Labour leader confirmed.
LABOUR has denied leader Jeremy Corbyn snubbed the Queen by skipping a Privy
Council meeting yesterday.
When Churchill was PM in the 1950s he was on the toilet one day when an official told him that the Lord Privy
Seal (RA Butler) had come to see him.
CARDIFF Central MP Jenny Willott has announced she is "delighted" to have been appointed to the Queen's Privy
Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy
Council is a formal body of advisers to the Queen.
We are really pleased to announce that the Privy
Council have granted the IED powers to develop a Chartership for Product Designers.
The Wirral West MP has been given a position on the Privy
Council - a prestigious advisory board for the Queen on matters of state.
That could not have come at a worse time, as the Privy
Council is about to decide on the future of Press regulation.
In the policy-making and administrative hierarchy of the Canadian government's bureaucracy, no position outranks that of the Clerk of the Privy
It was a major achievement of the Quaid-i-Azam aimed at removing the 'disability and great hardship' that had been created by the decision of the Privy
Council in the case of Abul Fata Mahomed Ishak and others v.