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Parliamentary Law Making

Parliamentary Law Making

This sub-unit is concerned with the explanation and evaluation of how Parliament makes law. It consists of an outline of influences on Parliament: role of the Law Commission; political, media and pressure group influences; Green and White consultative papers. Formal UK legislative process: roles of the House of Commons, House of Lords, and the Crown; the types of Bill; stages in the process. Doctrine of Parliamentary supremacy and limitations on it: effect of membership of the European Union; effect of Human Rights Act 1998. Advantages and disadvantages of the influences on Parliament and of Parliamentary law making.

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