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3. Advantages of Delegated Legislation
It saves Parliamentary time allowing MPs to deal with more important issues.
For example, the Education Reform Act 1988 introduced the whole of the National
Curriculum across 4 key stages for children between the ages of 5 and 16. It would
have taken MPs days…

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4. Disadvantages of Delegated Legislation
It is argued that it is undemocratic, as laws are being made by government
ministers and other people, most of whom have not been elected, rather than by
Parliament as a whole. However, it can be argued that the Parent Act which
granted the powers…


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