Ministers of the Crown

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Ministers of the Crown provides a detailed and concise description of the legal and political position of Ministers, and of their work within the contemporary British governmental system. It covers the daily work of Ministers in their departments and collectively in government; their benefits and pay; as well as how politicians prepare themselves for office and the legal and other qualifications which are required for appointment. Detailed coverage is given to Ministers as legislators, how Ministers are required to exercise their legal powers, and the position of Ministers as plaintiffs and defendants. Finally, the loss of office, and its consequences, is considered.

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COMPOSITION OF THE GOVERNMENT
3
MINISTERIAL OFFICES
23
PREPARING FOR OFFICE
45
MINISTERIAL QUALIFICATIONS
61
TAKING OFFICE
79
MINISTERS PAY AND BENEFITS
89
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
103
MINISTERS IN THEIR DEPARTMENTS
123
MINISTERS AND LEGISLATION
181
MINISTERS PREROGATIVE POWERS
203
MINISTERS IN COURT
219
COMMUNICATING WITH PARLIAMENT
245
RESPONSIBILITY TO PARLIAMENT
261
LEAVING GOVERNMENT
287
AFTER OFFICE
299
APPENDICES
321

MINISTERS AND GOVERNMENT
145
MINISTERS AND THE LAW
167

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Professor Rodney Brazier is Professor of Law at the University of Manchester

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