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- Part 1 Introduction and Constitutional Principles
- Part 2 Parliamentary Supremacy
- Part 3 Responsible Government
- Part 4 Judicial Review
- 14. The Role of the Courts, Judicial Review, and Human Rights
- 15. The Parties to a Judicial Review: who can make a claim for judicial review and against whom can a claim for judicial review be made?
- 16. Illegality
- 17. Irrationality and Proportionality
- 18. Procedural Impropriety
- 19. Remedies
- 20. A Case Study: human rights, terrorism, and public law principles
- 21. Judicial Review: putting it all together in problem answers