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Has Devolution worked?

| February 9, 2017

Abstract The purpose of this essay will be to consider whether the process of devolution in the United Kingdom since 1999

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Sport Tourism in Manchester, United Kingdom

| September 19, 2016

Abstract The evolution of Urban Tourism has provided a wide range of opportunity for the city of Manchester, UK. Alongside this opportunity Manchester has determined to employ a sport centred economic plan in an effort to bring in revenue. This study begins by assessing the underlying policies alongside the economic and social context in order […]

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Incompatible legislation and Human Rights in the UK

| December 14, 2012

Introduction First of all, much debate in the United Kingdom amongst commentators and some judges in relation to the human rights are currently being generated. The amalgamation of the European convention on human rights was introduced by Tony Blair (prime minister of the United Kingdom from the 2nd of May to the 27th June 2007) […]

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How can coherence between the european convention on human rights and community law be achieved by the European union?

| December 11, 2012

Introduction Essentially there can be no doubt as to the significance that Member States and the Treaties attach to fundamental rights. It is declared that the Union is founded¬†inter alia¬†on “the respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms”. It also provides that the Union must respect fundamental rights, as guaranteed by the European Convention on […]

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