This chapter consolidates the issues and ideas developed in this book by putting forward answers to the questions which inspired this book. It contemplates whether constitutional reform might help remedy the shortcomings uncovered by this book and considers the wider implications of the study for scholars of both law and politics. It recommends that constitutional scholars from both disciplines will need to monitor the dialogue between legislature and judiciary if they are to provide an accurate assessment of the increasingly legal framework in which Parliament now operates.
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