The basis of the British constitution is that parliament is sovereign - meaning parliament is the supreme law making body and no other body can amend or override parliament’s law making powers.

The HRA 1998 introduced the European Convention on Human Rights into the British legal system. The court now has to determine actions made by the government (often by virtue of laws passed by parliament).... more

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