Dr Richard North at EUReferendum has recently been developing a new political philosophy for individuals to gain control of government for their benefit instead of the benefit of politicians and bureaucrats. It works on the basis that nothing can be done without money and proposes that an annual referendum is held on government spending. Hence Referism. It's a great idea for real democracy.
"the salaries of members of the judiciary, expenses of holding general elections, United Kingdom contributions to the budget of the European Communities, Standing Service payments for political and public salaries and pensions include Speakers, Opposition Leaders, Whips and the offices of high ranking officials, which include the Comptroller and Auditor General, Parliamentary Ombudsman and Information Commissioner."
Note how much trouble and influence the above have recently caused. Why shouldn't they be subject to the same voter control as other heads of expenditure? The resolution of judicial independence with accountability will have to be an annex to the 953 page report.
Please accept my apologies for endlessly editing this post because every time I read it over I found it necessary to recheck facts and redraft for clarity such is the apparent complexity of the process and the vagueness of wikipedia. It's as if the Whitehall and Westminster closed shop doesn't want outsiders to know what's going on behind the smoke and mirrors and jargon. And then I came across this admirably clear House of Commons Library briefing paper prepared for our MPs.