govement and politics - uk consistution

main develeopments of consistution
The bill of rights (1689), The acts of union (1707), The parliaments act (1911,1949)
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Nature of UK consistution
it is uncodified, untrenched and unitary
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Ways in which parliament can said to be sovereign
Parliament has the right to amend any acts passed by previos parliaments, Parliament can make a law on any subject, Legislation passed by parliamnet cant be struck down by a higher body
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souces of constitution
statue law, commmon law, conventions, authoritative works, treaties
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changes under labour
House of lords reform, Electoral reform, Devolution, The human rights act, The creation of the supreme court
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Nature of UK consistution

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it is uncodified, untrenched and unitary

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Ways in which parliament can said to be sovereign

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souces of constitution

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changes under labour

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