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Civil Liberties and Human Rights in England and Wales by David Feldman Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993, lix + 914 + (index) 13 pp (hardback £48.00; paperback £22.50).

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2018

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Copyright © Society of Legal Scholars 1994

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References

1 Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill (1994), Part V.

2 Police and Magistrates' Courts Bill (1994). Part I.

3 Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill (1994). clause 27.

4 Note the new boundaries of an action for misfeasance in public office detailed by the House of Lords in Racz v Home Office [1994] 1 All ER 97.

5 Eg in Thynne, Wilson and Gunnell v UK (1990) 13 EHRR 666.

6 Eg Griswold v Connecticut 381 US 419 (1965).

7 Such as the Data Protection Act 1984.

8 D. Feldman The Law Relating to Entry, Search and Seizure (London: Butterworths, 1986).

9 [1991] 2WLR 782.

10 [1993] 4 All ER 975.

11 R. Goode ‘The European Law School’ (1993) 13 LS, p 14.

12 Campbell and Cosans v UK (1982) 4 EHRR 301 at para 25.

13 25/3/1993 (89/1991/341/414).

14 The place where most of the book was written: see p viii.