He needs no library, for he has not done thinking; no church, for he is a prophet; no statute book
, for he has the lawgiver; no money, for he is value; no road, for he is at home where he is; no experience, for the life of the creator shoots through him, and looks from his eyes.
We no longer suffer them to appeal at the prison gates to the charity and compassion of the passersby; but we still leave unblotted the leaves of our statute book
, for the reverence and admiration of succeeding ages, the just and wholesome law which declares that the sturdy felon shall be fed and clothed, and that the penniless debtor shall be left to die of starvation and nakedness.
It is a private members' bill, which means it needs lots of support to get it on to the statute book
He said it was in the interests of all parts of the UK that the bill - which transposes EU laws onto the UK statute book
- was passed, ensuring there would still be a working legal framework once Britain has left the EU.
The Ministers evidence sessions are part of an extensive and ongoing engagement with the devolved administrations on Brexit, including on ensuring that the UK has a functioning statute book
at the point we leave the EU.
It is outdated and pointless, it calls itself a reviewing chamber and that its importance is in making sure that laws that are passed in the Commons make sense when they get on the statute book
He told the Assembly: "I am in favour of marriage equality - that is why in this mandate I am determined to make what progress I can to put marriage equality on the statute book
Consent The Minister of State for Home, Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary, on Monday, informed Parliament that the Law Commission of India, in its 210th report, had recommended that Section 309 (attempt to commit suicide) of the Indian Penal Code needs to be effaced from the Statute Book
A new TV channel might offer full coverage of activity at the National Assembly at a lawmaker's proposal surprisingly approved during the creation of Parliament's statute book
LNever has this been more true than in the case of the Dangerous Dogs Act, which entered the Statute Book
back in 1991 amidst a seeming epidemic of dog attacks.
Mr Cunningham, who has a bill before the Commons to introduce the ban, has offered to work with the minister to get the right legislation onto the statute book
But she warned the delay in getting that on to the statute book
would inevitably mean "more victims of violent crimes committed by foreigners in this country".