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Introduction
I.DEFINING PARLIAMENTARY SOVEREIGNTY: DICEY’S CONCEPTION
British Railways Board v Pickin[1974] 1 AC 765
C.A Constitutional Statute?
D.Dialogue and Duality
E.Evaluation
(i)Sovereignty, Interpretation and Implied Repeal
(ii)Defining Legally Valid Legislation
III.SOVEREIGNTY EXPLORED
A.Continuing Parliamentary Legislative Supremacy
B.Perspectives of Parliamentary Sovereignty
IV.IN DEFENCE OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998
B.Should Convention Rights be Entrenched?
V.IN DEFENCE OF DICEY
Interpretation and Implied Repeal
II.THE NARROW SCOPE OF IMPLIED REPEAL
The Narrow Scope of Implied Repeal35
A.General Presumption against Implied Repeal
B.Generalia Specialibus Non Derogant
C.Constitutional Statutes
D.Conflict between two Statutes on the same Subject?
E.Specific Repeal
III.HOW TO GIVE HUMAN RIGHTS AN ‘ENTRENCHMENT EFFECT’
A.Construe and Give Effect
C.Misfired Statutes
IV.CONCLUSION
Redefinition and the Rule of Recognition
II.MANNER AND FORM AND REDEFINITION
A.Why can Manner and Form Provisions be Entrenched?
III.METHODS OF ENTRENCHMENT
A.Modification of Rules of Action
B.Modification of the Rule of Recognition
(i)Modification of the Supreme Criterion
(ii)Core and Penumbra
(iv)Practical Problems
Democracy and Rights
I.DICEY AND DEMOCRACY
A.Factual Accuracy
B.Self-Correcting Unitary Democracy?
II.CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
III.DEMOCRATIC DIALOGUE
I.MODELS OF DIALOGUE
A.Defining Democratic Dialogue
II.JUSTIFICATION OF DEMOCRATIC DIALOGUE
A.Practical Problems
B.Finding the Right Balance
D.Consensus, Dissensus and Prolife: an Example
III.JUSTIFICATION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998
Justification of the Human Rights Act 1998127
A.Justifications of Democratic Dialogue
IV.DIALOGUE AND INSTITUTIONAL COMPETENCES
A.Protection of Minority Rights
B.Protection of Long-standing Principles
C.Protection of Specific Individual Rights
D.Interstitial Changes
V.TOWARDS A THEORY OF ADJUDICATION
A.Institutional Competencies and the Remedial Consequences
Towards a Theory of Adjudication139
C.Institutional Features and Remedies
D.Democratic Dialogue and Principles of Interpretation
E.Conclusion
VI.CONCLUSION
A Theory Of Adjudication
I.THE CURRENT LEGAL TEST
B.An Example: Bellinger v Bellinger
C.Conclusion
II.A NEW THEORY OF ADJUDICATION
A.Interpretation
B.Deference and Adjudication
C.An Emerging Legal Test
III.CONCLUSION
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