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Explain in the following situations if there would be a successful judicial review: 91) A government minister wishes to repeal an old law. He has not consulted relevant bodies, which are affected by the proposals, before introducing new regulations. [5 marks]; (2) A government minister is given power to make regulations concerning legal funding. He has now introduced a regulation on immigration. [5 marks]; (3) A government minister has made regulations which are argued to be unreasonable. [5 marks]

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Identify and explain the most suitable type of delegated legislation to implement law in the following situations: (a) To implement a European Union Directive quickly when Parliament is not sitting. [5 marks]; (b) To allow a government department to issue regulations on education. [5 marks]

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With reference to Sources A and B (these can be accessed at the URL on page 76): (i) Describe the powers of the Court of Appeal within the doctrine of precedent using cases to illustrate your answer. [15 marks]; (ii) Discuss whether or not the powers of the Court of Appeal within the doctrine of precedent should be extended. [15 marks]

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With reference to Sources A and B (these can be accessed at the URL on page 76): (i) Describe the powers of the Court of Appeal within the doctrine of precedent using cases to illustrate your answer. [15 marks]; (ii) Discuss whether or not the powers of the Court of Appeal within the doctrine of precedent should be extended. [15 marks]

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The main reason given in support of precedent is that it produces certainty and consistency in the law. Like cases are treated alike and this means that lawyers can advise clients in a confident manner so that such individuals can then plan their affairs safe in the knowledge of the likely outcome.

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Source A at line 1 refers to stare decisis. Describe the concept of stare decisis using the Sources and other cases to illustrate your answer.

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Explain and assess advantages and limitations of identification strategies based on Difference-in-Differences, drawing on one or more examples from development economics research.

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Taking an example of analysis using Instrumental Variables Estimation from the literature on economic development, critically evaluate the extent to which this identification strategy is convincing for the case you have chosen.

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An organization of your choice is in the process of understanding of the principles, concepts, processes and procedures associated…

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An organization of your choice is in the process of understanding of the principles, concepts, processes and procedures associated…

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