Problem Question Public Law. 1. Section 7 of the Public Libraries and Museums Act 2021 (fictitious) provides that ‘it shall be the duty of every library authority to provide a comprehensive and efficient library service for all persons desiring to make use thereof’. Last month, Casterbridge Library Authority reopened its central library after a period of closure owing to the coronavirus pandemic. ‘Everyone who has been vaccinated against SARS-Cov-2 (the coronavirus at the centre of Covid-19) will be welcomed,’ announced Peter Hardy, the Authority’s head of library services. Advise: Dan Morgan, who is a local journalist and regular user of the library. He was recently refused entry to the library, despite being fully vaccinated against the virus. https://weassistessays.com/after-studying-module-4-lecture-materials-resources-discuss-the-followingt/ Morgan wrote to Hardy asking for an explanation, but his request was declined. Morgan suspects that the decision is connected with tweets from his twitter account alleging that Hardy breached lockdown rules. The Casterbridge Butterfly Society, which has learned that Hardy ordered the destruction of the ‘Frederick Sassoon Special Collection on Butterflies of Africa’, on grounds of the author’s associations with the African slave trade. The Society seeks to preserve this irreplaceable record of natural history for the benefit of the public. Emily Wing, who after being approved access to the library, is informed that there is a new membership fee of £1000 a year to borrow books. Dan Morgan, The Casterbridge Butterfly Society, and Emily Wing seek your advice on grounds and remedies available to them under the judicial review process. https://convenienthomeworkhelpers.com/transition-state-analogues-and-drug-design2-terpene-biosynthetic-mechanisms3/ OSCOLA REFERENCING STYLE. Can you please reference each point with a case law.