The British constitution resettled? Parliamentary sovereignty after the EU Referendum

@article{McConalogue2019TheBC,
  title={The British constitution resettled? Parliamentary sovereignty after the EU Referendum},
  author={Jim McConalogue},
  journal={The British Journal of Politics and International Relations},
  year={2019},
  volume={21},
  pages={439 - 458}
}
  • Jim McConalogue
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • The British Journal of Politics and International Relations
The evidence from parliamentary and legal processes flowing from the European Union referendum in June 2016 and the vote to leave – including invoking Article 50 and subsequent Withdrawal Bill votes, nuancing of party positions in Parliament, adopting parliamentary scrutiny through ongoing party competition and subsequent legislation – suggests a strong resettling of Parliament’s sovereignty based on a potentially new, enhanced constitutional settlement. Two significant precedented, historical… Expand
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