I think it's too late already. Looking at how Judges in the U.K. practice law and pass judgement creating defacto law, I would say that the judicial dictatorship is already in place.In today's Daily Mail page 10, Steve Doughty has published an article explaining how the Law Commission, is attempting to bring in cohabitation laws without Parliament's consent nor Royal assent.
Live-in lovers could get right to inherit if one dies without making a will | Mail Online
The determination of the Law Commission to introduce the same married couples rights to cohabiting couples, are extremely worrying sign of the UK. Judiciary, tresspasing into making law territory. The law making in such undemocratic way not only undermines Parliament's democratic right as law makers, but also imposes on the people unjust laws in an undemocratic way.
Since Justice Secretary Kenneth Clark shelved the project law on cohabitation, lawyers and Judges have wasted no time in getting it in other ways. The new cohabitation inheritance scheme is proposed, without intervention of Parliament, in a paper on reform of the laws covering wills and those who die without making one.
This way of sneaking laws which clearly have been rejected by Parliament shows the utter comptempt for democracy and the use of tiranical methods of exercising the law by unelected people.
No doubt that there are a number of courtroom tyrants behind the scheme who can not wait to expand their greed to grabing the wealth of cohabiting couples.
Please, will somebody put a stop to it before the UK. becomes a judicial dictatorship?