Constitutional and Administrative Law, Volume 1

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Pearson Longman, 2007 - Law - 872 pages
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This new edition of Constitutional and Administrative Law maintains its reputation as the leading text in this dynamic area of the law. The book provides an authoritative account of the public law of the United Kingdom, on which depend the powers of the state, the work of government, and the liberties of the individual. The authors focus on essential principles, and throughout adopt a readable and well-illustrated approach. Full references to primary sources, books and scholarly articles provide an invaluable basis for studying the current law and a platform for research. A new Companion Website monitors significant developments in the United Kingdom's evolving constitution. Since the election of the Labour government in 1997, Britain's constitutional landscape has been characterised by wide ranging reforms.The authors now tackle the task of analysing the many changes that have occurred since 2001,

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