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The Changing Constitution 8th ed

Edited by: Jeffrey Jowell, Dawn Oliver, Colm O'Cinneide

ISBN13: 9780198709824
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780199579051
Published: June 2015
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £35.99



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Since its first edition in 1985, The Changing Constitution has cemented its reputation for providing concise, scholarly and thought-provoking essays on the key issues surrounding the UK's constitutional development, and the current debates around reform.

The eight edition of this highly successful volume is published at a time of accelerated constitutional change. This collection of essays brings together fourteen expert contributors to offer an invaluable source of material and analysis for all students of constitutional law and politics.

This book is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre which includes updates on key developments, a 'library' of web links, and a timeline of key dates in British legal and political history.

Subjects:
Constitutional and Administrative Law
Contents:
PART I: THE CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK
1. The rule of law
2. The principle of parliamentary sovereignty in legal, constitutional and political perspective
3. Human rights and the UK constitution
4. Britain in the European Union
5. The internalization of public law and its impact on the UK

PART II: THE INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT
7. Parliament: a new assertiveness?
8. A coalition government at Westminster
9. The foundations of justice
10. Devolution
11. The changing nature of the local state

PART III: REGULATION AND THE CONSTITUTION
12. Regulating politics in government
13. Regulation and legitimacy
14. Public expenditure and the control of public finance
15. Regulating Information