English medical law should not prioritise child welfare over the choice of a competent minor

The principles of autonomy can be illustrated by John Stuart Mill, who states that: “Over himself, over his own body and mind, the individual is sovereign.” In medical practice, this means that a competent patient has a right to ‘self-determination’ regarding medical treatment, irrespective of whether his or her choice is deemed to be rational … Read more

Comparison of three perspectives of employee relations

Introduction: (157 words) Employee relations is vital component of human resource management, it is a amalgamation of studying relationships between employers, employees an eternal entities. To study these aspects there are three main perspectives which are unitarism, pluralist and radical. in this essay these perspectives will be discussed in great depth and will critically assess … Read more

The doctrine of Parliamentary Sovereignty

The doctrine of Parliamentary Sovereignty is the cornerstone, and most fundamental principle, of our British Constitution. Its role gives Parliament absolute power, and authority, over any law. Simply put, when any piece of legislation is produced and passed by Parliament it will generally be regarded as the highest form of law within the constitutional structure. … Read more

UK Government structure

The UK’s governmental infrastructure implements a vast array of organization that dedicate a considerable amount of time and effort in placing the government under scrutiny. The role of Parliament is attributed to three key responsibilities, one of which is generally understood as scrutinising and challenging the work of the government. The other roles include granting … Read more

Case brief of CQN RTM Company Limited v Broad Quay North Block Freehold Limited [2018] UKUT 183 (LC)

Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) Appellant: CQN RTM (Right to Manage) Ltd (Represented by Mr Philip Rainey QC under the instructions of Watson Farley & Williams LLP) Vs Respondents: Brad Quay North Block Freehold Ltd (Represented by Mr Jonathan Upton under the instructions of Ashley Wilson Solicitors LLP) Before His Honour Judge Hodge QC On 15th … Read more

Extent of Judicial Review in India

DATA ANALYSIS: Extent of Judicial Review in India: In the underlying phases of the judicial mediation Courts have said that where there is a political inquiry included it isn’t agreeable to judicial review however gradually this changed, in Keshavananda Bharathi’s case, the Court held that, “it is hard to perceive how the intensity of judicial … Read more

The UK constitution

The notion that the United Kingdom has moved towards a ‘legal’ constitution opposes the orthodox view put forward by Griffith that the conceptual idea of the constitution is that of a political one1. The ‘political’ constitution is a longstanding principle that is intrinsically linked to Dicey’s perception that ‘Parliament…has, under the English constitution, the right … Read more

To what extent is the judiciary in the UK politically neutral? Compare with another federal state

The judiciary in the UK is the branch of government that is responsible for deciding any legal disputes which preside over the court system, including everyone from justices of the UK Supreme Court down to lay magistrates. This branch gives judges the role of interpreting legislation, as well as the responsibility of developing the Common … Read more

Consent to and refusal of treatment

The ethical considerations into allowing a competent patient to refuse treatment conflicts largely to the current legal and professional approach; particularly in the asymmetry in the extent of the right afforded to adult patients and to child patients. Whilst consent to, and so refusal of, treatment is pivotal in medical practice, the underlying feature of … Read more

Which concepts of populism exist and how do those concepts fit in the political landscape of Turkey today?

A. Introduction Populism is a widely used codeword for describing the political landscape of the early 21st century, be it in scientific or popular literature or in newspapers. But oftentimes, it is not quite clear what is actually meant by the term. Populism comes in many variants, from the left-wing Populism of Venezuela, over right … Read more

The Irish Constitution

“In the Name of the Most Holy Trinity, from Whom is all authority and to Whom, as our final end, all actions both of men and states must be referred, We, the people of Éire, humbly acknowledging all our obligations to our Divine Lord, Jesus Christ, who sustained our fathers through centuries of trial…Do hereby … Read more

COMPARATIVE ADVERTISING: Highlighting the perimeters for an acceptable degree of legal comparison

INTRODUCTION “Sales may lead to advertising as much as advertising leads to sales” – Michael Schudson. These lines stated above do make sense in the rapidly changing business today. Advertisements are what they are- they define everything. It is like two sides of a coin. One where the powerful advertisements help the companies only to … Read more

How Important Is The Legacy Of Colonial Rule In Understanding African Politics Today?

Introduction The legacy of colonial rule is still extremely important in understanding African Politics today since the configuration of the economic and political relationships that characterised the colonial state have been sustained by the norms that govern the international system. “Colonialism integrated Africa into the global economy…as unequal and dependent counterparts” (Taylor 2018:21), and the … Read more

1st 7 Presidents

1st 7 Presidents political, economic, social, and foreign policy changes that occurred as well as any ethical issues. their political status and how seen as a politician and how them becoming a politician affected America their economic status how impact America economically (US’s economic status during presidency) Social status and social life – who president … Read more

Strategy on market segmentation targeting and positioning of Starbucks

A BRIEF REPORT ON: Starbucks Strategy on Market Segmentation Targeting and Positioning with the Marketing Mix 1.0 Introduction: The Starbucks Corporation was founded by three entrepreneurs at the place called Seattle in 1971. Initially they were selling of whole bean coffee in one Seattle store and by the year 1982 the business had grown tremendously and has … Read more

Cultural Diversity impacts the workplace in a variety of positive and negative ways.

Examining how communication is affected by this diversity. Introduction: Today’s workforce is truly mixture of different races, ages, genders, ethnic groups, religions and lifestyles (Mor-Barak, 2005). It is the job of the management of the organisation to fit together different pieces of mosaic in a harmonious, coordinated way and utilising the abilities and talents of … Read more

The role of quantitative techniques in decision making process

Abstract: The second half of the 20th century has been marked by rapid advances of research methods in real problem solving, with rapid progress of the information technology and important structural and institutional changes that shaped a new landscape of the corporate and economic environment towards globalization of markets and trade. In that process the contribution … Read more

Multimedia Compression Techniques

Abstract Multimedia data, increasing in the modern era because multimedia are the major source of information. Multimedia data required storage capacity and transmission bandwidth. These factors we need for multimedia compression technique. Uncompressed data required more storage and transmission bandwidth on the other hand, we have limited storage capacity and transmission bandwidth. But improving in … Read more


INTRODUCTION The advancement in technology leads to the reduction in size and power consumed by the devices used to perform real world operations including of which are like sensor networks, RFID Tags, controllers, smart cards and deployment of embedded system etc. The functionality of all these systems consists of storage, manipulation and transmission of some … Read more

Tesco Case Study

A Case Study Documenting Tesco’s Success and Challenges. Tesco is one of the world’s leading retailers with over 2100 supermarkets, in Europe, US and South East Asia.  The group has interests in grocery, non-food items, financial services and telecommunications.  It is committed to reducing prices for customers and offering the best value.  It seeks to help … Read more

Discuss The Importance Of Environmental Analysis In Managing Business Organisations

Task 1 Discuss the importance of environmental analysis in managing business organisations. An environmental analysis in plays an essential role in business management by providing possible opportunities or threats outside the company in its external environment. The purpose of an environmental analysis is to help to develop a plan by keeping decision-makers within an organization. … Read more