Page 3: In any event it might be said that Hart ‘won’ the debate in the sense that it was his infl uence that led to the passing of the 1960s legislation liberalising the law on abortion, prostitution, homosexuality, and abolishing capital punishment. However such issues can still arise – as was seen in the Brown case, considered later, and the ongoing issue of the ‘rights’ relating to assisted suicide...
2. Why no subject here? Isn't the subject such issues, which implies
"such issues can still arise – as they were seen in the Brown case..."?
Page 43: ...the new coalition Justice Minister is the extremely experienced MP Kenneth Clarke QC, although his experience may not save the legal system from the consequences of the comprehensive spending review, as was made only too evident in the announcement in November 2010 that the whole of the civil legal aid system was to be fundamentally restructured, not to say cut (see further at chapter 14 below)
(Question 3 has been posted separately)
4. Why no subject here? What'd be the subject?
5. Are there any terms that describe the ideas or issues in this entire post?
Source: The English Legal System 2012-2013, Gary Slapper. I myself bolded and italicised.