Citing appropriate legislation, caselaw and authoritative opinion, discuss the extent to which “[t]he UK constitution … has no clear separation of powers … Although the concept of separation of powers has not been deliberately incorporated into the UK Co

Citing appropriate legislation, caselaw and authoritative opinion, discuss the extent to which “[t]he UK constitution … has no clear separation of powers … Although the concept of separation of powers has not been deliberately incorporated into the UK Co
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Read pp72-85 of Peter Leyland’s chapter ‘Constitutional Principles’ (taken from Leyland P, The Constitution of the United Kingdom: A Contextual Analysis, 2nd ed, Hart publishing, 2012 – click on ‘Reading List’ on left hand column, scroll down to find Leyland chapter, click – if chapter has not appeared, click on ‘online resource’ blue button) and conduct your own scholarly research into the nature of Separation of Powers and then answer the question below in accordance with the assessment criteria:
Citing appropriate legislation, caselaw and authoritative opinion, discuss the extent to which “[t]he UK constitution … has no clear separation of powers … Although the concept of separation of powers has not been deliberately incorporated into the UK Constitution there is a long history of placing limits on the exercise of power.”
In addition to Peter Leyland’s chapter, students are expected to refer to a range of authoritative sources (at least 5 other sources) to answer this question, and to draw upon knowledge of question dissection, research, evidencing, citing, referencing and writing developed in Legal Skills and Processes.

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