The traditional doctrine of Parliamentary sovereignty has been rendered almost unrecognizable by developments such as membership of the European union

A) The traditional doctrine of Parliamentary sovereignty has been rendered almost unrecognizable by developments such as membership of the European union Critically assess to what extent this statement is true , providing relevant examples and authority B) Discuss the impact that the Human Rights Act 1998 has had on how judges approach statutory interpretation? C) What does section 1 of the European union (withdrawal) act 2018 do? What does this mean for parliamentary Sovereignty? D) Does the Human Rights Act 1998 impose limitations on the supremacy of Parliament if so are these legal or political?

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