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• Despite devolution, government remains centralised and local
government is relatively weak.
• Parliament retains sovereignty so the constitution remains unitary.
• Government can still set aside individual rights if it can pass the
There are weaknesses with the following reforms:
Devolution, The Human Rights Act, The Freedom of Information Act, The (partial) reform of the House of Lords and The Constitutional Reform Act of 2005.
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