Just over thirty years ago I published a book on the constitution entitled The Constitution in Flux. It was on the reading lists of many law as well as politics courses for years. One reviewer described the work as prophetic. I have been pursued by publishers who have been keen for a second edition. I have not had time to get round to penning one, largely because I have been so busy with other commitments. There is one other problem. If I was to do a new work, other than calling it The Constitution in Flux, 2nd edition, what could it be called? No one has yet come up with a better name than the original. Some students have spent ages ruminating, but not yet come up with a better title. The Constitution in Even More Flux was one suggestion. Others have been a variation on that theme.