Relations between the executive, the judiciary and Parliament: report with evidence, 6th report of session 2006-07

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Chapter 1: Introduction and Background -- Chapter 2: Executive and Judiciary -- Chapter 3: Parliament and Judiciary -- Chapter 4: Judiciary, Media and Public Chapter 5: Conclusions and Recommendations -- Appendix 1: Select Committee on the Constitution -- Appendix 2: List of witnesses -- Appendix 3: Paper by Professor Kate Malleson: The Effect of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 on the Relationship between the Judiciary, the Executive and Parliament -- Appendix 4: Paper by Professor Anthony Bradley: The New Constitutional Relationship between the Judiciary Government and Parliament; and further paper: Changes in the Machinery of Government affecting the Department for Constitutional Affairs and the Home Office -- Appendix 5: Paper by Professor Paul Craig: The Rule of Law -- Appendix 6: Declarations of incompatibility made under section 4 of the Human Rights Act 1998 -- Appendix 7: Comparison of Responsibilities of the Ministry of Justice and the Department for Constitutional Affairs; and breakdown of duties of the Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice -- Appendix 8: Evidence by the Lord Chief Justice, 3 May 2006.
 

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Contents

Introduction and Background 1
7
The Scope of our Inquiry 30
14
General Channels of Communication 54
22
Human Rights Act 88
31
Parliament and Judiciary 112
38
Judiciary Media and Public 140
45
Conclusions and Recommendations 172
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