The Separation of Powers and the British Constitution
Nicholas W. Barber
University of Oxford - Faculty of Law
January 30, 2012
Oxford Legal Studies Research Paper No. 3/2012
This paper considers the changing understanding of the Separation of Powers in British constitutional scholarship. It argues that from a position of extreme skepticism, writers on the British constitution have moved to embrace a form of the principle, and the principle now plays a part in structuring the constitution.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 19working papers series
Date posted: February 1, 2012
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