Assess the strength of Parliamentary Soverignty (10 marks)

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Parliamentary Sovereignty is the idea that Parliament has legislative supremacy. In theory, this means that parliament can legislate on any matter of its choosing and these laws cannot be overturned by any higher authority. Parliament has the ultimate law-making authority within the UK.

In reality, we know that this is not the case. Britain is a member of the EU and so must obey by all of its laws. If a law is passed that goes against the EU, then the Courts will get involved and it will be overturned in most cases. A good example of


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