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Politics Law Common law Government Constitutional law Politics of the United Kingdom Constitution Independence of the judiciary United Kingdom constitution Reserve power James Madison Constitution of the United Kingdom Royal Prerogative
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Politics Law Common law Government Constitutional law Politics of the United Kingdom Constitution Independence of the judiciary United Kingdom constitution Reserve power James Madison Constitution of the United Kingdom Royal Prerogative
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Similarities: US written, federalism, bicameralism, separation of powers, judicial review. UK ministerial responsibility, cabinet government, bicameralism, constitutional monarchy, representative government. Australian constitution is relatively rigid (due to s 128 which means it is very hard to get changes through). (see p 6-7) S 128: Mode of altering the Constitution proposed alteration of const must first pass through both Houses of Pt. Then need a majority of the vote in a majority of the states, and an overall majority. Constitutionalism is more about the limits on the powers than on the powers themselves... "It is both a supportive and a constraining framework" (p 67 Blackshield and Williams). Judicial Review (p 7) Democratic check in the courts system. Supreme Court can disallow laws even though they have been through b...
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