Governing Out of Order: Space, Law and the Politics of by Davina Cooper

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I remains WIU common denominator. Eurosceptics' . o"� rcn .... ons portrayaI of meta_governance, in contrast, implied that the EU renected the uymmctrical balance of political and economic power existing within the European community. The depiction of the EU as a meta-statc79-a state comprised of states-relocates member-states as quasi-institutional citizens. Portrayal as a state suggests the EU has its own identity and corporate interests, symbolised by its flag. SI 'Integration means building a cultural identity in terms of a shared \'iew of what Europeans have in common .

A strong system of international regula­ tion or law seems to undermine the notion of a 'free' international role in the relationship between the European Union and the North market, as well as undermining state autonomy. 96 its reign, the Consen'ati,·e government of \979-97 did not advocate neo-liberalism in isolation. 97 Community chapter three) . In the fish war, the government emphaSised the impor. membership was not cxclusive but overlapping; Britain's loyalty to lance of norms of international behaviour.

While not e"ery assembly had to be broadly Christian, the majority of acts should be over a term. The legal requirement for 'Christian worship' not surprisingly generated definitional dilemmas and tactics. Indeed, it can be seen as leading towards the juridification of Christianity earlier law reform­ ers feared. In the case of R. v. JStateJor Edllcation ell parte and Dando,l" brought by parents against the Secretary of State for Education for dismissing their complaints that Manchester LEA and their children's school were failing to comply with the ERA, the ques­ tion of what constituted worship came under scrutiny.

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