Constitutional Practice: The Foundations of British Government

Paperback | March 15, 2000

byRodney Brazier

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This new third edition has been fully revised and updated to include the constitutional changes that are being implemented by the labour government. The book provides a comprehensive analysis of the current British Constitution and evaluates the law and practice of British central government,this includes: an overview of the constitution of the United Kingdom in the light of devolution; choosing a Prime Minister and government; the transfer of power; the Prime Minister and the cabinet; Ministers and government departments; the Opposition; the Monarchy, and the constitutional position ofthe judges.

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This new third edition has been fully revised and updated to include the constitutional changes that are being implemented by the labour government. The book provides a comprehensive analysis of the current British Constitution and evaluates the law and practice of British central government,this includes: an overview of the constituti...

Rodney Brazier, F.R. Hist. S. is Professor of Law at the University of Manchester

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Format:PaperbackPublished:March 15, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198298110

ISBN - 13:9780198298113

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Table of Contents

PrefaceTables of StatutesThe Constitution of the United KingdomChoosing a Prime MinisterGovernment Formation from a Hung ParliamentThe Transfer of PowerThe Prime MinisterThe CabinetMinisters and DepartmentsThe OppositionConstitutional MonarchyThe House of CommonsThe House of LordsThe Constitutional Position of the JudgesAppendicesIndex