AQA AS Government and Politics: The Judiciary

A revision mind map I made with basic facts about the Judiciary, Judicial reviews, Judicial Independence and stuff like that :)

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  • Judiciary
    • Judicial Reviews
      • Role of investigating people in authority
      • 2002 Asylum Act
        • A Judicial review was conducted after David Blunkett (as home secretary) attempted to limit the number of Asylum seekers in to the UK.
          • Deemed to be in breach of the 1998 Human Rights Act
    • The Role of the Judiciary
      • To Interpret the Law
      • To Administer the Law
      • Judicial Reviews
        • Role of investigating people in authority
        • 2002 Asylum Act
          • A Judicial review was conducted after David Blunkett (as home secretary) attempted to limit the number of Asylum seekers in to the UK.
            • Deemed to be in breach of the 1998 Human Rights Act
      • To Debate
      • To enforce EU Laws
    • Structure of the Judiciary
      • Supreme Court
        • Criminal
          • Court of Appeal
            • Crown Court
              • Magistrates Court
        • Civil
          • Court of Appeal
            • High Court of Justice
              • County Courts
    • Judicial Independence
      • Necessary for separation of powers: protected in 3 main ways
        • The ways in which judges are selected
        • The judges security of tenure
        • Judges political neutrality
    • The 2005 Constitutional Reform Act
      • Untitled

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