Relations Between the Executive, the Judiciary and Parliament
HL Paper 151, 6th Report of Session 2006-07 – Report with Evidence
- House of Lords – Select Committee on the Constitution
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
A constructive relationship between the three arms of government – the executive, legislature and judiciary – is essential for the effective functioning of the constitution and the rule of law. In recent years the character of these relationships has changed. In 'Relations Between the Executive, the Judiciary and Parliament (HL Paper 151)' the Committee has taken the opportunity of their annual examination of the Lord Chief Justice and Lord Chancellor as the starting point for an assessment of the impact of the changes.
Divided into three main sections:
Executive and Judiciary
Parliament and Judiciary
Judiciary, Media and Public.
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