Site Upgraded to latest version. If any issues please contact us

Law and Order

Following the Government's recent announcement that the office of Lord Chancellor is to be abolishe

Image

Following the Government's recent announcement that the office of Lord Chancellor is to be abolished and that a new Supreme Court will replace the House of Lords as the highest court in the United Kingdom, this book examines the merits of these changes and how they should be enacted. By Charles Banner and Alex Deane. Following the Government's recent announcement that the office of Lord Chancellor is to be abolished and that a new Supreme Court will replace the House of Lords as the highest court in the United Kingdom, this book examines the merits of these changes and how they should be enacted. By Charles Banner and Alex Deane.

 

By Policy Exchange, UK.

Law and Order Policy Resource.


Asylum seekers: the facts

Image

Asylum seekers: the facts. This fact file aims to debunk myths about where people seeking asylum come from, why they leave their countries of origin, why they come to the UK and whether the UK receives more than its ?fair share? of people seeking protection. It also pulls together existing statistical information about the numbers of asylum seekers in the UK and Europe, the effectiveness of the procedures for determining claims and the cost of the asylum system. By Matt Gill and Heaven Crawley and Susana Calsamiglia-Mendlewicz.

 

By Institute for Public Policy Research, UK.

Law and Order Policy Resource.


Police Reform

Image

Police Reform. What is the best way to run a police force in modern Britain? What systems of accountability produce greatest success in fighting crime and restoring public confidence in the police? How can we learn from the successes and failures of policing in other countries? By Barry Loveday and Anna Reid.

 

By Policy Exchange, UK, US, France, Netherlands.

Law and Order Policy Resource.


States of Conflict: Causes and patterns of forced migration to the EU and policy responses

Image

States of Conflict: Causes and patterns of forced migration to the EU and policy responses. An empirical analysis of the conditions in the countries from which asylum seekers originate and an assessment of the role of the European Commission in reducing the number of asylum seekers arriving at its borders. By Stephen Castles, Heaven Crawley and Sean Loughna.

 

By Institute for Public Policy Research, US.

Law and Order Policy Resource.