‘We are entitled to be proud that even in the extreme national emergency [ the Second World War ] there was one voice – eloquent and courageous – which asserted older, nobler, more enduring values: the right of the individual against the state; duty to govern in accordance with law; the role of the courts as guarantor of legality and individual rights, the priceless gift, subject only to constrains by law established, of individual freedom.’ (Lord Bingham of Cornhill, The case of: the Rule of Law Amid the Clash of Arms, 2009) Giving reasons, explain why you agree or disagree with the above view of the rule of law.