News has emerged from Dublin that the IRB is considering major changes to rugby's law book and to how the game is refereed.
Despite the recent controversy surrounding the IRB's decision to change the 'interpretation' of the tackle law midway through the 2010 Six Nations championship and the general failure of the ELVs, the law makers are looking to make more dramatic changes in the very near future.
"We just can't stop fiddling with things," said IRB law assessor Stuart Rees, "I'll be honest, we've gotten quite a taste for it. We have some more great ideas planned. It's quite exciting and we are confident that these new laws will help to make the game more thrilling for the television audience we are so keen to entertain.
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