My answers wereKimmorleyKiller said:Twas easy, saying that i reckon i got like 10/15
Sorry but you must have read the question wrongly - the Magna Carta is not A TREATY which enshrines human rights - it was a constitutional document - a treaty is signed by more than just groups in a country (i.e. king and nobles) it is between two or more countries!Scorch said:My answers:
7. D - this was difficult. A may have been it, but it talks about human rights, they are applicable to everyone no matter what, so I thought that since CROC only applies to children, D was the answer.
I went with media. My thinking was, and looking back its may incorrect, that an Ombudsman is just another governmental official (or so i think... they have offices just like any other governmental department), as in part of the executive arm, and to me that makes it a legal measure.christobel said:10) D (This is the only one which I think might be wrong, I was tossing up between B and D because the Media is obviously a non-legal measure, but so is the Ombudsman (Isn't it?). So then I thought, which one seems more correct? I think it might be B)
Well see they CAN'T make laws, their power is restricted to investigating claims and publishing reports, but my concern is whether or not they can be considered as "legal measures", I'm not sure.punkbabe89 said:That said, i'm not entirely sure if they have the power to make laws, rather only investigate claims and publish reports.
Actually, no, you are wrong, because that possible answer says "People", which could mean ANYONE at all, so even by passing a Means Test, indeed they are part of the way there, but they still must pass other tests in order to gain legal aid, and seeing as it says "people", we can't be assured if they will or won't be granted legal aid.By passing the means test you are becoming more LIKELY to recieve Legal aid. Sorry guys, read the key terms.