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    I have a essay due in on Parliamentary Sovereignty, Public Law is definitely not my strongest module at university. I have had some guidance from my lecturer as to how to answer it but I feel lost reading through textbooks. If anyone could give me a little more help as to what things I should be considering I'd really appreciate it

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    ‘The concept of Parliamentary Sovereignty which has been fundamental to the constitution of England and Wales since the 17th Century …….means that Parliament can do anything’ per Baroness Hale, Jackson v Attorney-General [2005] UKHL 56.

    In light of the above statement, explain Dicey’s classic definition of the concept of Parliamentary Sovereignty and discuss the modern challenges and limitations to this orthodox Diceyan approach.

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