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Introduction /Tom Campbell, K.D. Ewing, Adam Tomkins Parliament, human rights, and counter-terrorism /Adam Tomkins Governing like judges? /Janet L. Hiebert Human rights at the interface of state and sub-state : the case of Scotland /Chris Himsworth Inter-institutional "rights dialogue" under the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act /Andrew Geddis Statutory bills of rights : you read words in, you read words out, you take parliament's clear intention and you shake it all about : Doin' the Sankey Hanky Panky /James Allan Constitutionalism, the rule of law, and the Cold War /Joan Mahoney The Cold War, civil liberties, and the House of Lords /K.D. Ewing Lessons from the past? Northern Ireland, terrorism now and then, and the Human Rights Act /Aileen McColgan Constitutional law meets comparative politics : socio-economic rights and political realities /Ran Hirschl, Evan Rosevear Business rights as human rights /Danny Nicol Constitutionalizing labour rights in Europe /Judy Fudge Freedom, security, and justice in the European court of justice : the ambiguous nature of judicial review /Sionaidh Douglas-Scott The political institutions of rights-protection /Mark Tushnet Reclaiming the political protection of rights : a defence of Australian party politics /Joo-Cheong Tham Message from the front line : parliamentarians' perspectives on rights protection /Carolyn Evans, Simon Evans Human rights and the global South /Gavin W. Anderson Judicial constitutional review as a last resort /Kaarlo Tuori Judges without a court : judicial preview in Sweden /Thomas Bull Rights and the citation of foreign law /Jeremy Waldron Amateur operatics : the realization of parliamentary protection of civil liberties /Jonathan Morgan Parliamentary review with a democratic charter of rights /Tom Campbell Beyond the Human Rights Act /Conor Gearty.