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It is a development of the old right, notably the political economy of Adam Smith. Michaels began her writing career behind the scenes writing as a grant consultant as well as creating technical user manuals for small companies. Local authorities have long been forbidden by law to do anything which is not expressly permitted by Parliament; local authorities which wanted to undertake any special initiative outside their existing powers ('ultra vires') had to promote a private Act of Parliament.

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