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    Hi,

    Can anyone please just 'dumb' this question down. I mean, just explain what I have to include. I have a brief idea but I'm not totally sure:

    The doctrine of the Separation of Powers is designed to ensure that the functions, personal and powers of the major institutions are concentrated in any one body. Discuss with reference to the United Kingdom constitution.

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    Okay, I will try to set it out in bullet points


    • What are the 3 bodies
    • What does separation of powers mean
    • How does it work in the UK


    That's the basics. I'm assuming you're a first year so you don't have to do too much analysis but maybe for extra marks include examples of how it doesn't work, where there have been problems etc.

    Hope that helps
 
 
 
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