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To what extent is there conflict between the judiciary and the executive in the UK? (25)

There are three main reasons why there has been conflict between the judiciary and the
executive in the UK, the increase in judicial reviews, the introduction of the Human Rights Act (HRA)
and the…

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shouldn't be making the decisions on their behalf so to speak. This is a conflict which happens not to
a huge extent but big enough, because the majority of the decisions made will have some kind of
input from the executive.
There has been an issue on sentencing which has…

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the power to undertake pre-legislative review, so they cannot take positive action to influence
legislation before it is presented to Parliament.

In conclusion, there are conflicts to quite a big extent but not huge. The issues on their own
are big, but overall there mustn't be conflict to a huge…


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