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Boris Johnson may soon have the power to call elections whenever he wants – a legal view on why that's not a good idea

By John McGarry, Senior Lecturer in Law, Department of Law / Centre for Crime, Justice and Security, Staffordshire University
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If anything, the past few years have shown us why it should be difficult for a prime minister to call an election at will.

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