- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 The United Kingdom’s Human Rights Project in Constitutional and Comparative Perspective
- 2 The Human Rights Act, Dialogue and Constitutional Principles
- 3 The Continuation of Politics, by Other Means: Judicial Dialogue under the Human Rights Act 1998
- 4 Back to the Future? Judges, Politicians and the Constitution in the New Scotland
- 5 Deconstructing the Mirror Principle
- 6 From Monologue to Dialogue
- 7 Human Rights and Judicial Technique
- 8 The Impact of the Human Rights Act on Advocacy
- 9 Human Rights and Legislative Supremacy
- 10 Australian Bills of Rights and the ‘New Commonwealth Model of Constitutionalism’
- 11 Cross-fertilisation of Constitutional Ideas
- 12 A Bill of Rights for the United Kingdom? Lessons from Overseas
- 13 Conservative Anti-HRA Rhetoric, the Bill of Rights ‘Solution’ and the Role of the Bill of Rights Commission
- The United Kingdom's Statutory Bill of Rights
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