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Key features: Topical; Controversial; and Foreword by The Hon. Mr Justice Stephen Sedley.;The Book gives a detailed account of the development of modern immigration and nationality laws of the UK and their impact upon, and significance for, the rights of the individual. Brings together a historical account of the laws from the turn of the century with questions about law-making in a democratic society, how it imparts on the individual, defines and the re-defines the nation and the body politic, and how the laws determine the particular approach of administrative bodies and officials.;Target Readership - Academic/Institutional: Students, academics, practising lawyers, political scientists, contemporary historians. Public law, constitutional law, human rights, civil liberties. Subject Category: PUBLIC LAW.