How parliamentary supremacy is demonstrated in Britain

How parliamentary supremacy is demonstrated in Britain

a)  Parliament makes amends and abolishes laws. No other institution can do that.

b)  Branches of government operate under the laws passed by parliament. /parliament is the supreme institution in Britain and all other institutions derive their power from it.

c)  Parliament can pass a vote of no confidence in the executive. / has powers to remove any unpopular government from office.

d)  It approves government revenue and expenditure. / It is the only institution empowered to approve government budget.

e)  Decisions of parliament are binding to all. They cannot be overruled or nullified by a court of law.


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