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Constitutional and Administrative Law guides readers through the key principles of public law, examining significant cases and recent developments along the way. The book's broad coverage is presented in a concise and easy-to-read format, while chapter summaries and self-test questions help reinforce knowledge. Highly praised by students and lecturers alike, Constitutional and Administrative Law is a must for undergraduates of all levels.Digital formats and resourcesThis edition is available for students and institutions to purchase in a variety of formats, and is supported by online resources.- The e-book offers a mobile experience and convenient access along with functionality tools, navigation features, and links that offer extra learning support: www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/ebooks- The online resources include:* bi-annual updates keep students up to date on the latest key developments in public law* self-test questions on key topics, with feedback, provide an opportunity for students to test their learning
Part I. Fundamental Principles of the Constitution 1: The meaning of a constitution 2: Separation of powers 3: Rule of law 4: The legislative supremacy of Parliament Part II. The Institutional Framework of the Constitution 5: Parliament 6: The European Union 7: The structure of the United Kingdom and devolution Part III. Sources of Public Law 8: Primary and secondary legislation 9: EU law 10: Constitutional conventions 11: Judge-made law 12: The royal prerogative Part IV. Judicial Review of Administrative Action 13: The nature of judicial review 14: The grounds for judicial review 15: Judicial review remedies Part V. Alternative Means of Redress 16: Tribunals, inquiries, and the ombudsmen remedy Part VI. Civil Liberties 17: Freedoms and liberties in the UK 18: Freedom of expression 19: Police powers 20: Freedom of assembly and public order