Aimed at students and written with their interests in mind, this full-length study of civil liberties in the United Kingdom provides a comprehensive review of the existing systems which promote and protect civil rights in the U.K. and beyond its borders. It analyzes in detail the many rights which are regarded as fundamental in the U.K. and in other systems of law.
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David Feldman, Barber Professor of Jurisprudence, University of Birmingham.Review:
`An excellent book which will rapidly become the authoritative text in this field.' Steven Greer, University of Bristol
`An excellent and timely addition to available texts.' Richard de Friend, University of Kent
`Excellent overall review of all the ground likely to be covered in a Civil Liberties course. The author is to be congratulated on the enormous width of the knowledge transmitted ... Very well written; very interesting.' P.R. Ghandhi, University of Reading
`The best book on the subject on the market. In fact, the only book!' Dr Satvinder Singh Juss, University of Westminster
`One of the few books to deal with the philosophical concepts and the substantive law.' Mr M.J. Kemble, Manchester Metropolitan University
An excellent combination of a sound esposition of the subject together with a stimulating theoretical commentary - most textbooks should be cast in this mould !' Andrew Halpin, University of Southampton
`Excellent book and much-needed bringing together of a very diverse and complicated area of UK and international law. Very good for placing many diverse elements in context of larger picture.' Ruth Kirby, Institute of Education
`Excellent.' Anne Griffiths, University of East London
`This is an excellent work of scholarship filling a significant gap in the market - and competitively priced.' Professor S H Bailey, University of Nottingham
`It is an excellent and stupendous effort.' Professor Clive Walker, University of Leeds
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