Parliamentary sovereignty is one of the key and most controversial of the UK Constitutional principles. It started after the Bill of Rights 1689, where Parliament took the remaining powers of the Monarch. 1,738 more words
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The Separation of Powers is a fundamental constitutional principle in the UK. This idea dated back to Ancient Greece where they believed that powers to function the state should be spread over different bodies to ensure that no one gained too much power. 1,490 more words
What is Public Law?
Strictly speaking, Public law is defined as the relationships between the state and the individual. However, it may be easier to think of everything that is not private is be public. 1,057 more words