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The Labour Government's proposals for reform of the UK's internal constitutional arrangements promise the most wide-ranging and substantial overhaul of the constitution in the 20th century. Their plans, which include devolution for Scotland and Wales, incorporation of the ECHR, a Freedom of Information Bill and reform of both houses of Parliament, are in progress but critical choices still have to be made.;Against this background and in view of these historical events, the Directors of the Centre for Public Law at the University of Cambridge organized a conference to discuss the legal and practical implications of the proposed reforms. Speakers at the conference included academics, barristers, solicitors, judges and politicians. The results are reproduced in this volume of conference proceedings.