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The UK has a common law legal system. It is very difficult to give a simple definition of the legal system in the UK, but you may find it helps to think of it as the system that covers how all civil and criminal laws are made, used and enforced.
A fundamental part of any legal system is its Author(s):
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Acknowledgements Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to reproduce material: Figure 1 English Heritage Photo Library; Figure 3 Endler, J. A. 1980, ‘Natural selection on
Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to reproduce material:
Figure 1 English Heritage Photo Library;
Figure 3 Endler, J. A. 1980, ‘Natural selection on
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