The Changing Constitution

The Changing Constitution

Sure to enhance its popularity among students and teachers, this is the new, expanded, and revised edition of Jowell and Oliver: The Changing Constitution. With new chapters on 'The European Community' by Vernon Bogdanor and 'International Human Rights Law' by Lord Lester QC, as well asrevised chapters on all other topics, the book once again offers an up-to-date view of the state of the UK constitution and its relationship with the European Community.

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