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In this article, the writer presents a review of the G.C.H.Q. (Government Communications Headquarters) United Kingdom case involving executive prerogative when national security issues are involved. The writer discusses the argument of the appellant to the Court of Appeals asking that a Ministerial order be invalidated. Further, the writer examines the impact of national defense concerns on the outcome of the case.
From the Paper:"The Court of Appeals in the United Kingdom issued judgements on an appeal to the House of Lords by the Council of Civil Service Unions (C.C.S.U.) and six individual members of C.C.S.U. employed as professional staff of the Government Communications Headquarters G.C.H.Q. of an adverse lower court ruling on their petition to invalidate an order by the Minister for the Civil Service, prohibiting representation of GCHQ staff by national labour unions Council of Civil ... "
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