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The Mental Capacity Act (MCA) has been in force in England and Wales for over a decade. Although often considered in relation to health and social care, the MCA also governs the inclusion of people with cognitive impairment in research. This includes...
: Linking local labour market conditions across the life course to retirement age:Pathways of health, employment status, occupational class and educational achievement, using 60 years of the 1946 British Birth Cohort
Hillel Steiner argues that a necessary and sufficient condition for the compossibility of a set of rights is that those rights be extensionally differentiable. However, given that two or more actions can extensionally overlap without thereby being mu...