|Tomb of the Unknown Warrior|
when human rights are very much on the international and national political agenda and maybe even under threat, the visitor would do well to pause and ponder the sacrifices made by so many for freedom under law.
|Shrine of Edward the Confessor|
An appeal is possible from the Court of Arches of Canterbury or the Chancery Court of York to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. Such appeals have to relate to non-doctrinal matters and they are very rare.
The Abbey's website offers a virtual tour as well as much information. Kings, queens, statesmen and soldiers; poets, priests, heroes and villains - the Abbey is a must-see living pageant of British history.
Ecclesiastical Law is a specialist branch of English law. There is an Ecclesiastical Law Society which publishes a Journal. Also see: Church of England Legal Services and the Ecclesiastical Law Association. The principal text on Ecclesiastical Law is probably that of Mark Hill QC who also maintains an online resource.