Authors: Geoffrey Marshall and Graeme C. Moodie
Publisher: Hutchinson & Co, 1979
Condition: Softcover, Well Read, Slight dogear damage on book exterior, minor foxing on book interior

Marshall and Moodie set out to illustrate contemporary discission of constitutional problems in Britain and to analyze the difficulties which arise in the working of the central principle of the modern constitution- that of ministerial responsibility. The different aspects covered include the relations of ministers of the Crown with the Moarch, Parliment and the Courts, and recent problems raised by parlimwentary privilege.

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