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Law, Politics and the Constitution: Essays In Honour of Geoffrey Marshall

Edited by: David Butler, Vernon Bogdanor, David Summers

ISBN13: 9780198295853
ISBN: 0198295855
Published: June 1999
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £150.00

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Increasingly, in contemporary British politics, the spotlight is being thrown on issues of constitutional change and reform. The late 1990s has marked a period of significant constitutional change and political reform. The varied contributions in this book, from scholars in the fields of politics and constitutional law, tackle the key questions troubling politicians and observers of politics in this time of acute constitutional change. This book is a tribute to the diverse scholarship of Geoffrey Marshall, who has been an outstanding figure in the study of law and politics, and a writer of authority on constitutional matters.;This book is intended for students and scholars of politics and constitutional law.

Constitutional and Administrative Law
Robert Blake: Constitutional Monarchy - The Prerogative Powers; Kenneth O. Morgan: New Labour and the New Premiership; Vernon Bogdanor: Devolution and the Constitution; Dawn Oliver: Ministerial Accountability: What and Where are the Parameters?; Diana Woodhouse: Individual Ministerial Responsibility and a Dash of Principle; Nevil Johnson: Convention, Prescription, and Law in the British Constitution; Philip Norton: Parliamentary Procedure: The Hidden Power; David Butler: Elections: Legislation and Litigation; John Griffith: Geoffrey Marshal and Public Law - The Early Years; Gavin Drewry: Bridging the Chasm: Public Law and Political Science; Robert Summers: Interpreting Statutes in Great Britian and the United States: Should Courts Consider Materials of Legislative History?; William Reid: The Ombudsman; David Williams: Police Accountability: Four Cases and a Statute; Robert Summers: A Bibliography of Geoffrey Marshall's Writings.