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In relation to the EU, it can be said that the UK Parliament has voluntarily forfeited or shared some of its sovereignty by enacting the European Communities Act 1972. There is direct applicability and enforceability of Community law within the English legal system. Some argue that this has only a limited effect, in that the ECA 1972, like any other statute, can be repealed at any time. As such it is not fully entrenched. Once repealed, Parliament would have restored its full sovereign powers.
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