Characteristics of Parliamentary sovereignty

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  • Characteristics of Parliamentary Sovereignty
    • Cannot bind successor
    • Legislate on any subject
      • Law on any matter
        • Parliament Act (1911)
        • War Crimes (1991)
    • Cannot be overturned
      • The Supreme Court cannot overturn Parliament
    • Equality of legislation
      • No entrenched provisions, legislation that brings about constitutionalchange has same status as animal welfare law.
      • De facto fundamental law
        • Legal right to repeal Scotland Act (1998)
    • Fusion rather than separation of power
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