Constitutional & Administrative Law
in the United Kingdom, 14th edition
By A. Bradley & K. Ewing
Distrubuted by Trans-Atlantic Publications Inc.
$92.50 Paper Original
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Constitutional and Administrative Law maintains its reputation as the leading text in this dynamic area of the law. It is written to provide an authoritative account on public law in the United Kingdom and includes 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 to aid students understanding of the subject. Full references to primary sources, books and scholarly articles provide an invaluable basis for studying the current law and a platform for further research.
Preface Table of Legislation
Table of Cases
Part I - GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.
1. Definition and scope of constitutional law.
2. Sources and nature of the constitution.
3. The structure of the United Kingdom.
4. Parliamentary supremacy.
5. The relationship between legislature, executive and judiciary.
6. The rule of law.
7. Responsible and accountable government.
8. The United Kingdom and the European Union.
Part II - THE INSTITUTIONS OF GOVERNMENT.
9. Composition and meeting of Parliament.
10. Functions of Parliament.
11. Privileges of Parliament.
12. The Crown and the royal prerogative.
13. The Cabinet, government departments and the civil service.
14. Public bodies and regulatory agencies.
15. Foreign affairs and the Commonwealth.
16. The armed forces.
17. The Treasury, public expenditure and the economy.
18. The courts and the machinery of justice.
Part III - THE CITIZEN AND THE STATE.
19. The nature and protection of human rights. 20. Citizenship, immigration and extradition.
21. The police and personal liberty. 22. The protection of privacy.
23. Freedom of expression.
24. Freedom of association and assembly.
25. State security and official secrets.
26. Emergency powers and terrorism.
Part IV - ADMINISTRATIVE LAW.
27. Nature and development of administrative law.
28. Delegated legislation.
29. Administrative justice.
30. Judicial control of administrative action - I.
31. Judicial control of administrative action - II.
32. Liability of public authorities and the Crown.
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