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An "elective dictatorship" (also called executive dominance in political science) is a phrase popularised by the former Lord Chancellor of the United Kingdom, Lord Hailsham, in a Richard Dimbleby Lecture at the BBC in 1976

An "elective dictatorship" (also called executive dominance in political science) is a phrase popularised by the former Lord Chancellor of the United Kingdom, Lord Hailsham, in a Richard Dimbleby Lecture at the BBC in 1976. The phrase is found a century earlier, in describing Giuseppe Garibaldi's doctrines, and was used by Hailsham (then known as Quintin Hogg) in lectures in 1968 and 1969.

The Richard Dimbleby Lecture (also known as the Dimbleby Lecture) is an annual television lecture founded in memory of Richard Dimbleby (1913-1965), the BBC broadcaster. It has been delivered by an influential business, scientific or political figure almost every year since 1972 (with gaps in 1981, 1991, 1993 and 2008).

The Richard Dimbleby Lecture. David Dimbleby introduces Lord Hailsham's lecture, in which he proposes a written constitution for the UK to limit the powers of parliament and provide a system of checks and balances. Last on. Thu 14 Oct 1976 21:25. BBC One. More episodes.

The Richard Dimbleby Lecture (1972– ). Rate This. Elective Dictatorship. Episode cast overview: David Dimbleby. 45min Documentary Episode aired 14 October 1976. Season 1 Episode 5. Previous.

Elective Dictatorship book Original Title. Elective dictatorship (The Richard Dimbleby lecture ; 1976). 0563172541 (ISBN13: 9780563172543).

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The phrase elective dictatorship (also called executive dominance in political science) . Speaking in 1976 in the Dimbleby Lecture, he claimed that a constitutional imbalance had bee.

The phrase elective dictatorship (also called executive dominance in political science) was coined by the former Lord Chancellor of the United Kingdom, Quintin Hogg, Baron Hailsham of St Marylebone, in a Richard Dimbleby Lecture at the BBC in 1976 . .

The Richard Dimbleby Lecture (also known as the Dimbleby Lecture) was founded .

The Richard Dimbleby Lecture (also known as the Dimbleby Lecture) was founded in the memory of Richard Dimbleby, the BBC broadcaster. It has been delivered by an influential business or political figure almost every year since 1972 (with gaps in 1981, 1991, 1993 and 2008). Dimbleby - is a surname.

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It was the conservative Lord Chancellor Lord Hailsham, speaking at a 1976 Richard Dimbleby lecture, who coined the phrase Elective Dictatorship

It was the conservative Lord Chancellor Lord Hailsham, speaking at a 1976 Richard Dimbleby lecture, who coined the phrase Elective Dictatorship. An explanation of the phenomenon of ‘Elective dictatorship’, including an analysis of how it has enabled this Government to manufacture constitutional issues. Aug 11, 2016 · 5 min read. It was the conservative Lord Chancellor Lord Hailsham, speaking at a 1976 Richard Dimbleby lecture, who coined the phrase Elective Dictatorship. It is a rather concise explanation of the way in which the UK Government works.