Constitutional change in recent decades has had a further consequence for the constitution: that has been to create a new juridical dimension. The courts, previously subordinate to Parliament — a position confirmed in 1688–9 under the judicially self-imposed doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty — have acquired a new role (Norton 2005).
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