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In what circumstances may the veil of incorporation be lifted at common law?
February 22, 2018
“The Sovereignty of Parliament is not a phenomenon that derives from a legal source, and as such neither is it a phenomenon that can be altered by a legal source. The, ‘ultimate political fact’, of the constitution is that Parliament’s sovereign power cannot, by non-revolutionary means be restricted nor given away.” Ian Loveland, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, and Human Rights, 4th edition (Pearson Longman, 2006), p219 Does this mean that any attempt to move in the UK to a, ‘written constitution’, is doomed to failure?
What would the ‘added value’ of a codified Constitution be for British Constitutional law and practice?