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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Nutshells Human Rights 3rd ed isbn 9780421957909

Nutshells Human Rights 2nd ed

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NTS, John Spencer, Maureen SpencerBarrister and Senior Lecturer, University of Middlesex and Head, Evidence Teaching

ISBN13: 9780421887404
ISBN: 0421887400
New Edition ISBN: 9780421957909
Published: August 2004
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Nutshells are a series of books designed to present the essentials of law in clear, straightforward language. For more than 30 years, generations of students have regarded Nutshells as the ideal means of revising their subjects.

The new edition includes an extensively revised section on privacy, discussing the absence of a freestanding right to privacy in English law in the light of Douglas v. Hello. There is also a section on employment rights, including Wilson v. United Kingdom and Palmer v. United Kingdom, dealing with rights under Article 11 of the European Convention.

A section on the continued impact of Article 6 on court practice and procedure and on ppolice powers is also included. Among cases reviewed is R v. Looseley, relating to the fairness of entrapment by police.