Clayton's article offers an overview of the Human Rights Act 1998, considering in particular how its principles have been applied within a constitutional context. He considers the structural issues, such as principle of interpretation, as well as the definition of 'public authority'. Also noted are the way the Act has impacted on different areas of law in varying weights. E.H.R.L.R. 2002, 2, 175-195
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