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
‘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  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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