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Presented in this work are the six lectures given as the University of Warwick's Radcliffe Lectures for 1996/97. They focus on two main themes: Lord Nolan looks at the constitution as a whole, taking a critical look at the Executive, the Legislative and the Judiciary from the perspective of a judge who normally sits in the House of Lords, but who at the moment chairs the committee looking into standards in public life. Sir Stephen Sedley, as one of the High Court judges designated to deal with disputes between citizens and Government, examines the constitution from the point of view of a judge exercising the new and rapidly developing jurisdiction of judicial review.