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One of four surviving copies of the 1215 Magna Carta. This copy is one of two held at the British Library. (The Barons and King John of England / public domain via Wikimedia Commons)
One of four surviving copies of the 1215 Magna Carta. This copy is one of two held at the British Library. (The Barons and King John of England / public domain via Wikimedia Commons)

Britain considers putting constitution on paper

Traffic court, lawyer-related apologies round out roundup

Today is Monday, the 33rd anniversary of President Ronald Reagan’s “ash heap of history” speech. Here are some news items to get your week started.

— Is it time for Britain to have a written constitution?

— California traffic courts might abandon pay first, fight later.

— Egypt’s president apologizes for lawyer’s beating.

— Lawyers apologize to Hollywood executives after concluding abuse allegations were untrue.

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