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To what extent has the location of sovereignty changed?


EU Law is superior to British law

We have to obey this as we are part of the European Union
Factortame Case- ruled that the Merchant Shipping Act 1988, limiting
the rights of foreign shipping vessels to fish in…

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Although the ECHR is not legally binding on Parliament, Parliament often
treats it as if were Supreme
However, it is does not look good if Parliament is passing laws against


The UK can leave the EU

This would restore sovereignty to the UK

Parliament has power…

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Parliament can pass any law it wishes and it has to be enforced by the
courts and other authorities

Parliament is not bound by its predecessors and cannot hold its successors

Any law can be amended/repealed
Laws cannot be entrenched against change


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