by H.W.R. Wade
Publisher: Stevens & Sons 1980
Number of pages: 104
The book addresses some of the key issues and difficulties facing the British Constitution, such as fair representation of the electorate in Parliament, the problem of entrenching a Bill of Rights and the use of the powers of the Executive and Judiciary. As this revised edition appears, it is clear that these issues are still as relevant and controversial as they were when 'Constitutional Fundamentals' was first published.
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