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There are, however, distinct disadvantages in the prevalence of delegated legislation as a means of making legal rules. The most important of these relates to a perceived erosion in the constitutional role of Parliament, to the extent that it does not fully consider provisions made in this way. As Parliament generally is disempowered, others, notably Government ministers, are given more power than might be thought constitutionally correct. Such problems are compounded by the difficulty which ordinary MPs face in keeping abreast of the sheer mass of technically detailed legislation that is enacted in this form.
10 As a consequence the House of Lords decided that the normal rules of precedent should apply, and lower courts should follow the House of Lords, even when their decisions have been overturned by the ECtHR. This does not apply, however, where the previous authority had been set without reference to the Human Rights Act. Also, s 3, requiring all legislation to be read so far as possible to give effect to the rights provided under the Convention, has the potential to invalidate previously accepted interpretations of statutes which were made, by necessity, without recourse to the Convention.
As it stands it requires quite a wide rather than a deep knowledge, but the question could be reformulated in any particular combination to assess greater depth of knowledge. On reading this question you have to ask yourself whether you actually can answer all four parts. Three good answers out of four would be OK, but two out of four makes it a marginal question to tackle and certainly knowledge of only one part should make you look elsewhere if at all possible. That raises a point of general worth about doing exams.