PARLIAMENTARY SOVEREIGNTY


PARLIAMENTARY SOVEREIGNTY

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This LawMindMap covers key issues in the topic including: 

  • Composition of Parliament
  • Theories of Dicey and Blackstone
  • Issues raised by devolution
  • The positive limb that parliament can make or unmake any law it likes
  • Parliament's self determination
  • The continuing theory
  • The negative limb, where no court or body can challenge parliament
  • The impact of the Human Rights Act 1998
  • The changes the European Communities Act brought to parliamentary sovereignty.
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