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The Modern Law Review 76:4
Criminal Labels, the European Convention on Human rights and the Presumption of Innocence
Rationalism in Public Law
Graham Gee and Grégoire Webber
Interpreting Statutory Purpose - Lessons from Yemshaw v Hounslow London Borough Council
Edited by Matej Avbelj and Jan Komarek,Constitutional Pluralism in the European Union and Beyond, Oxford: Hart, 2012, 424 pp, hb £75.00.