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Mass Incarceration in the United Kingdom

| May 18, 2017

WRITEPASS – SOCIAL SCIENCE DISSERTATION – CUSTOM ESSAY WRITING Introduction             The United Kingdom has recently witnessed an increase in the number of prisoners incarcerated. The first surge occurred during Prime Minister Thatcher’s reign. Running a prison became a business, when the first privately run institution opened in the United Kingdom, in 1992 (Panchamia 2012).  […]

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Consider the extent to which firms within the UK post Hargreaves are now better placed to engage with eCommerce

| February 9, 2017

WRITEPASS – CUSTOM ESSAY WRITING – DISSERTATION EXAMPLE Introduction In the period prior to the commissioning of the Hargreaves Review by the government, concerns were raised by the government that the UK was not in a sufficiently strong position when it came to encouraging intellectual property and technology growth, particularly when competing with other jurisdictions.

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Case Study – Sources of International Law, ‘Non-binding’ agreements & Treaties

| February 9, 2017

Abstract International agreements are frequently entered into by sovereign States and international organisations. Whilst many of them are formal treaties and thus have binding effect, others do not fit into this category and thereby remain non-binding agreements.

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‘In the light of the decision of the European Court of Human Rights in Gillan v United Kingdom on stop and search powers under the Terrorism Act 2000, the analogous powers of stop, question, search and detention in Sched. 7 of that Act are arguably also in breach of several Convention Rights.’

| February 9, 2017

Introduction The police powers of stop and search are considered to be one of the most controversial police powers. They have been criticised in a variety of contexts and legislation, e.g. for their inefficiency to combat crime, and for their arbitrary application.

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Employment Law

| February 9, 2017

Introduction This report will outline key arguments surrounding contemporary debates on UK employment law, which will provide a critical analysis from those that argue there is too much legislation and those that suggest there is not enough. It is beyond the scope of this report to generalise on employment law as a whole; it will […]

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While the need to bestow wide, even intrusive, powers on the police and other officers in connection with terrorism is understandable, the fact that the powers are so unrestricted and the definition of ‘terrorism’ is so wide is probably of even more concern than the power of criminal prosecution to which the Acts give rise

| February 7, 2017

Abstract It is important that the police are provided with sufficient powers to identify and prevent terrorism where necessary; however it is also important that these powers are not being abused. There is a wide definition of terrorism which has led to abuse by the police and this has resulted in human rights violations.

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To what extent has the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR’s) case law recognised and protected the right not to be discriminated against on the ground of sexual orientation, in relation to marriage.

| February 7, 2017

Abstract There has been much discussion as to whether the ECHR’s attempts to recognise and protect the right not to be discriminated against on the ground of sexual orientation have been successful.

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Constitutional conventions represent important rules of political behaviour which are necessary for the smooth running of the constitution.’ (Allen and Thompson, Cases and Materials on Constitutional and Administrative Law, 9th edition, 2008)

| February 7, 2017

Abstract The UK does not have a written constitution and as such there is a heavy reliance on the constitutional conventions.

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Critically discuss the current law relating to the above situation in English law and compare this to France jurisdiction.

| February 6, 2017

Abstract The law of murder is often subject to much critique because of its unfavourable treatment towards women.

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With particular reference to Section 4 of the Brussels I Regulation and Article 6 of the Rome I Regulation, critically evaluate the manner in which these two key legal issues are determined in online consumer contracts.

| February 3, 2017

Introduction In the new technological era businesses and consumers are capable of entering into international contracts anywhere in the world.

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Evaluate the effectiveness of the responsive regulation model with reference to the regulatory powers and responses available under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.

| February 3, 2017

Introduction Regulating consumer and commercial law has proven extremely difficult, especially in the new digital age where online trading has advanced significantly over the years.

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Although the foetus has no right to life, its interests are adequately protected by English law.

| February 3, 2017

Introduction The right to life is a moral principle that is based upon the premise that all individuals have a right not to be killed by another human being.

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In the “Laval Quartet” series of cases, the Court of Justice has struck the correct balance between protecting the right to collective action under EU law and protecting the rights of free movement of services and establishment. Critically assess.

| February 2, 2017

Introduction The right to take collective action is a fundamental human right of a worker under European Union (EU) law. Individuals are thus provided with the right to take collective action in the event that there is a conflict of interest, including strike action.

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Critically discuss the extent to which the duty to make reasonable adjustments has eliminated discrimination and inequality of opportunity faced by disabled individuals

| February 1, 2017

Introduction The Government described the duty to make reasonable adjustments as “a cornerstone of the [Equality] Act and requires employers to take positive steps to ensure that disabled people can access and progress in employment.”

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Discuss the drawback of the jury system as it is implemented in the UK

| February 1, 2017

Introduction A jury in the UK generally consists of 12 randomly selected lay people that have been sworn conduct an impartial verdict as to whether a defendant is guilty or not guilty in a criminal trial.

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Discuss the role and importance of the doctrine of judicial precedent in English legal system. What are the advantages and disadvantages of the doctrine?

| January 23, 2017

Introduction The doctrine of judicial precedent is based upon the principle of stare decisis, which means the standing by of previous decisions.

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Have the UK banking law regulation reforms introduced after the 1st of April 2013 led to increased and sufficient protection to promote financial stability?

| January 23, 2017

Abstract Banking law regulation has advanced significantly since the global financial crisis was first instigated in 2008. Most notably, on the 1st April 2013 the Financial Services Authority (FSA) was abolished and its functions transferred to two new regulators: the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA).

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Critically analyse the ruling of the House of Lords in ‘Howe [1987] 1 AC 417’ that duress is not a defence to murder.

| January 23, 2017

Introduction It will be critically analysed in this study whether the ruling of the House of Lords in ‘Howe [1987] 1 AC 417’ was acceptable and whether the notion that duress is not a defence to murder should continue to apply.

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Actions that the MLRO of BCD should take

| January 21, 2017

Introduction A Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) is an officer within a firm or practice that has been nominated to make disclosures to the National Crime Agency (NCA), formerly the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA), under the Proceeds of Crimes Act (POCA) 2007 and the Terrorism Act (TA) 2000.

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Contract Law

| January 20, 2017

Introduction In today’s economic climate businesses often exert commercial pressure during contract negotiation stages. This is a normal part of the process and parties to a contract generally know when pressure being exerted is lawful.

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