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The Richard Dimbleby Lecture: Lord Denning

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Misuse of Power .
The Rt Hon Lord Denning, Master of the Rolls, our longest-serving judge, gives the ninth in this annual series of lectures, broadcast live from the Royal Society of Arts.
LORD DENNING'S distinguished judgments have frequently caused controversy. Tonight he outspokenly examines the misuse of power by trade unions, the media,
Government, and even Parliament itself.
'Power tends to corrupt. That is why in a civilised society there should be a system of checks and balances-to restrain the abuse of power. There is only one restraint on which we can rely. It is the restraint afforded by the law. Introduced by George Howard Chairman of the BBC
Designer CLIFFORD HATTS Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF ,
Booklet version available from tomorrow by post, price £1.50, from [address removed]
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Introduced By: George Howard
Designer: Clifford Hatts
Director: Pieter Morpurgo
Producer: Edward Mirzoeff

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The Richard Dimbleby Lecture: Lord Denning

BBC One London, 20 November 1980 21.25






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