Constitution

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  • Constitution
    • Sources
      • Authoratitive works
        • A.V.Dicey
      • Common law
        • Cases derived from court cases.
        • Murder
      • Statue law
        • Fixed term Parliament Act (2011)
      • Conventions
        • Queen appointing PM.
      • E.U law
        • Human rights Act
    • Principles
      • Sovereignty
        • Cannot bind successor
        • Cannot be overturned
        • Legislate over anything
      • Rule of law
        • Feature of civil liberties.
        • Everybody equal in eyes of law.
      • Royal Prerogative
        • Parliament supreme to Monarch
        • Glorious revolution 1688-89.
      • Unitary state
        • Governed from centre
        • Westminster model
    • Judiciary
      • Body of all UK judges.
      • Independentappointmentscommitte.
      • Lord Chancellors role in judiciary removed.
      • independence
        • Separate appointment committee
        • Trained separately
      • Neutrality
        • Anonymous
        • Salary guaranteed.
        • White, middle class Oxford educated.
      • Human Rights agenda
        • E.U
        • Media
    • Codified constitustion
      • Entrenchment
      • Fundamental law
      • Gridlock
      • Clarity
      • Outdated.
      • More checks and balances
        • Outline role of PM.
      • Parliamentarysovereignty  not democratic.
    • Uncodified
      • Flexible
      • Ordinary law
      • Weak checks and balances

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