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The powers of the state are growing incessantly and they affect every citizen in numerous ways. This book explains how they are kept under control by the law. Much of this law is judge-made, and there have been important developments since it was described in Professor Wade's first edition six years ago.
The central parts of the book have now been extensively rewritten. As before, it attempts to clarify the outlines of a subject which is insufficiently recognised as a single body of law. The principles of judicial control, natural justice, and tribunals and inquiries are given special prominence.