Enrolled Act Rule

Parlimentry Supremacy/Sovereignty

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. Since this was never written down in a constitutional code, the UK Parliament took unlimited powers of law making, just as the Monarch had before the Magna Carta 1215, only this time, they were elected officials. (more…)