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Civil liberties law : the Human Rights Act era

Whitty, N. and Murphy, T. and Livingstone, S. (2001) Civil liberties law : the Human Rights Act era. Oxford University Press, London. ISBN 9780406555113

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Abstract

This book charts the ongoing transformation of the civil liberties tradition in the United Kingdom. It explores the euphoria and the scepticism surrounding the introduction of the Human Rights Act 1998 and assesses the value of the new commitment to human rights.