Governing the UK: The Powers of the House of Commons

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The Powers of the House of Commons

Supreme Legislative Power:

  • where the House of Lords can only delay or amend legislation, the House of Commons can make (and subsequently unmake) any law that it wishes; this is called supreme legislative power
  • the only laws supreme to those made by parliament are ones passed by the EU

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