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9781859416556

Public Law & Human Rights Text, Cases & Materials
Public Law & Human Rights Text, Cases & Materials
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  • ISBN-13: 9781859416556
  • ISBN: 1859416551
  • Edition: 2
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group

AUTHOR

Fenwick, Helen, Philipson, Gavin

SUMMARY

Building on the strengths of the original, this fully updated new edition has been comprehensively revised and takes account of the radical programme of constitutional reform undertaken by the Labour Government since 1997.It introduces new material on devolution; full analysis of the Human Rights Act 1998 and the leading cases thereon and specifically its impact on police powers and the freedom of expression and public order law The Freedom of Information Act 2001 is fully analysed, as is the Shayler litigation under the Official Secrets Act. The Government's reform of the House of Lords receives thorough discussion, as do proposals for further reforms put forward in May 2003 by the Joint Committee on Lords Reform in response to the Wakeham Report, and the Report of the Public Administration Committee. Recent reform of domestic judicial review procedure are also considered, and significant recent decisions on bias, proportionality and illegality are included. The overall impact of Labour's reform programme and the emerging body of case law under the Human Rights Act and devolution legislation on the UK's un-codified constitution, particularly the Separation of Powers, is also discussed.The diversity of materials and authoritative commentary provided ensures that the second edition provides a completely up-to-date collection of materials and commentary on this dynamic and challenging subject. As well as being ideal for public law courses, it is also useful to students studying civil liberties and human rights courses.Fenwick, Helen is the author of 'Public Law & Human Rights Text, Cases & Materials', published 2003 under ISBN 9781859416556 and ISBN 1859416551.

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