If "Westminster doesn't have sovereignty on all constitutional matters in the UK", then perhaps Iain AD Mann and Angus Easton might tell us precisely where that sovereignty lies (Letters, August 9).
It is not good enough to say that it "rests with the people''. We all know that but sovereignty has to be formally, legally and constitutionally expressed. Two things are clear. First, Canon Kenyon Wright's Constitutional Convention and the latter's Claim of Right rest on nothing more than the conceit of those who participated in that farrago. They represented no-one but themselves.
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