Constitutional and administrative law


Constitutional and administrative law

John Alder ; with contributions from Michael Haley, Barry Hough, Richard Mullender

(Macmillan law masters)

Macmillan, 1999

3rd ed

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Previous ed.: 1994



This textbook explains the basic legal principles of the UK constitution in an accessible and critical way. This, the third edition, has been substantially rewritten to emphasise general legal principles and controversial problems. Since 1997 the UK constitution has experienced greater changes than at any time this century. This new edition examines these changes including moves towards devolution and the Human Rights Act 1998.


PART ONE: GENERAL PRINCIPLES - The Purpose of Constitutional Law - The Character of the UK Constitution - The Structure of the UK Constitution: an Overview - Constitutionalism: The Rule of Law and the Separation of Powers - Parliamentary Supremacy - PART TWO: THE GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISION OF POWERS - Devolved Powers - The UK Constitution and the European Union - PART THREE: GOVERNMENTAL INSTITUTIONS - Parliament - The Composition of Parliament - Parliamentary Procedure - The Crown - Ministers and Departments - The Police and the Armed Forces - PART FOUR: THE CITIZEN AND THE STATE - Judicial Review of the Executive - Civil Liberties: General Principles - Freedom of Expression and Competing Private Interests - Public Order - Police Powers of Arrest and Search in the Investigation of Crime - National Security

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