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I'm making my notes on the Constitution, and the section on the location of sovereignty is proving tricky. I'm going to make notes on the EU, devolution, Parliament, and the people, but I'm finding it hard to make notes on, especially for devolution. Can anybody help me?

Sovereignty and the constitution — a knowledge and understanding of debates about the location of sovereignty within the UK constitutional system, particularly in relation to the significance of European Union membership and devolution.
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Sovereignty lies with Parliament in the UK as it is the ultimate decision maker however the debate has risen whether more sovereignty lies with the EU as EU law can overide UK law, this is called 'Pooled Sovereignty.' Also can be argued that sovererignty has been transfered from Westminister to devlotuion. Any more questions then just message me
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