|1 Organisation chart for 10 Downing Street ||393|
|2 Organisation chart for the Cabinet Office and Office of the Deputy Prime Minister ||394|
|1 Labour's main constitutional measures, 1997-2001 ||24|
|2 Key points in the 1998 Belfast Agreement ||71|
|3 Key points in the Scotland Act 1998 ||89|
|4 Key points in the Government of Wales Act 1998 ||109|
|5 Possible alternative governmental structures for England ||121|
|6 Key points in the 1999 White Paper Modernising Government||142|
|7 Key points in the 1998 White Paper Modern Local Government||169|
|8 Manifestations and meanings of the Crown ||193|
|9 Wakeham Report models for a reformed Second Chamber ||216|
|10 Government proposals for Stage Two of Lords reform ||221|
|11 Key elements in House of Commons modernisation ||232|
|12 Key features of the Human Rights Act 1998 ||259|
|13 The seven Nolan principles of public life ||276|
|14 Results of referenda held in the United Kingdom ||315|
|15 The word 'citizenship' in British nationality legislation ||325|
|16 Main characteristics of English law within the European Union ||349|
|17 Main influences of European law upon the United Kingdom ||350|
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Book title: Constitutional Change in the United Kingdom.
Contributors: F. N. Forman - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2002.
Page number: xiv.
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