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Civil Liberties and Human Rights in England and Wales 2nd ed

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David FeldmanBarber Professor of Jurisprudence and Head of the School of Law, University of Birmingham

ISBN13: 9780198765592
ISBN: 0198765592
Published: June 2002
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This new edition has been extensively updated and revised. Developments such as the growing importance of the ECHR, the increased commitment of the EC to human rights, and the election of a Labour government in the UK which is determined to increase respect for rights and civil liberties have necessitated substantial rewriting in some parts.;A new section on equality and discrimination law has been added. Material has been added or rewritten on the role of human rights in the EU, the growing recognition of the importance of monitoring and enforcement systems, and different approaches to the issue of privacy, amongst others. New legislation, such as the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, is also discussed.

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Contents:
Part I. From Theory to Practice: the Nature of Civil Liberties and Human Rights; The Political Philosophy of Civil Liberties; Ways of Identifying and Protecting Rights and Liberties
Part II. Equal Respect, Equal Autonomy and Equal Opportunity; The Nature of Equality; Anti-Discrimination Law; The Right to Equality, Gender, Sexuality and Religion; Health-Care Rights; The Right to Decide
Part III. Life, Liberty and Physical Integrity; The Right to Life; Other Rights to Bodily Integrity; Freedom from Arbitrary Stop, Search, Arrest and Detention; Rights Under Restraint; Freedom of Movement into and Out of Britain
Part IV. Privacy; The Scope of Legal Privacy; Freedom from Unreasonable Entries, Searches and Seizures; Protecting Confidences; Sex, Sexual Activity and Family Life
Part V. Expression; Freedom of Expression; Media Freedom; Restricting Expression to Protect the Security of the State; Restricting Expression to Protect Mixed Public and Private Interests: Blasphemy, Obscenity and Indecency; Restricting Expression to Further a Public Interest; Protest and Public Order
Part VI. Liberty and Political Will; Index