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evaluate the view that prime ministers have too much power source question
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'In bringing her case against the government , Ms Miller claimed that 'no prime minister can expect to be unanswerable', a view upheld by the supreme court, which has ruled that Parliament , not the PM, must take responsibility for triggering Article 50. Ms Miller said: 'Only parliament can grant rights to the British people and only parliament can take them away. No prime minister , no government can expect to be unanswerable or unchallenged. Parliament is sovereign .

The constitutional Reform and governance Act (2010) states that ' The mister of civil service has the power to mange the civil service'
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Find case studies and articles. Use quotes from them as fodder for your essay as well. Read beyond the lines to figure out what is being implied here.
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