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Loveless: Complete Criminal Law: Text, Cases, and Materials 5e

Web links

British and Irish Legal Information Institute (BAILII)
www.bailii.org
This website contains British and Irish case law & legislation, European Union and ECHR case law, Law Commission reports, and other law-related British and Irish material. It is particularly useful for the full texts of QBD, CA, HL and ECHR judgments.

Supreme Court
Here you will find the full judgments of the Supreme Court after 31st July 2009.  For judgments of the House of Lords before that date, use either BAILII or the House of Lords archive at www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld/ldjudgmt.htm.

Law Commission
www.lawcom.gov.uk
A website containing all Law Commission reports, consultations, draft bills and programmes of law reform.

European Court of Human Rights
www.echr.coe.int/Pages/home.aspx?p=home
This is the website of the European Court of Human Rights with access to case law, reports and pending cases.

Acts of Parliament
www.opsi.gov.uk/acts
This Office of Public Sector Information website contains Acts of Parliament, Explanatory Notes and Bills currently going through parliament from 1886 onwards. It contains the former HMSO publications ? leglislation printed by Her Majesty?s Stationary Office.

Home Office
www.homeoffice.gov.uk
This website contains a wealth of information on government research related to both criminal justice and criminal law, policy documents, public information and statistics.

UK Parliament
www.parliament.uk
This website contains useful information on government and parliamentary business including Hansard, research, legislation and bills, archives and records.

UK Government
www.direct.gov.uk/homepage/fs/en
This website contains a great deal of information on the many aspects of government. You will find interesting information here on crime, justice and the law.

Criminal Justice System/Ministry of Justice
www.justice.gov.uk
This is a gateway to the criminal justice system on which you will find information regarding the work of the Ministry of Justice, the Home Office, the Attorney General?s Office with links to the Office for Criminal Justice Reform.

Ministry of Justice
www.justice.gov.uk/index.htm
This is a website for the Ministry of Justice which leads the government's constitutional, rights and legal reform programmes and on which you will find policy documents regarding the scope and content of criminal offences and criminal justice.