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A reference work for those who are concerned with the development of a constitutional Bill of Rights for the United Kingdom. It brings together a collection of writings and materials, drawn from 149 published documents, from the Magna Carta of 1215 to the pre-1997 election Labour/Liberal Democrat joint agreement on constitutional reform and human rights legislation.;An introductory commentary traces the history of events leading to the incorporation of the European Convention on Human Rights into UK law, scheduled for 1998, which represents a political and legal ""first step"" towards a Bill of Rights, and examines the prospects and options for the future preparation and enactment of a homegrown constitutional Bill of RIghts for the United Kingdom.