Lord Hailsham Quotes.
The introduction of religious passion into politics is the end of honest politics, and the introduction of politics into religion is the prostitution of true religion.
Political liberty is nothing else but the diffusion of power.
A reasonable doubt is nothing more than a doubt for which reasons can be given. The fact that 1 or 2 men out of 12 differ from the others does not establish that their doubts are reasonable.
I regard freedom of expression as the primary right without which one can not have a proper functioning democracy.
You ought not to be ashamed of being bored. What you ought to be ashamed of is being boring.
In a confrontation with the politics of power, the soft center has always melted away.
A politician who enters public life may as well face the fact that the best way of not being found out is not to do anything which, if found out, will cause his ruin.