Justice, Lord Denning and the Constitution
This work focuses on Lord Denning's view of the function of law. It reviews his approach to the law and especially his ideas on specific issues which appear to be inconsistent with his statements on reducing the abuse of power, on morality, and the respect for the democratic process.
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THE LAW AND LORD DENNING
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