Sovereignty of the British Parliament is an important feature of the British Constitutional system. The struggle between the King and the Parliament was finally decided by the Glorious Revolution of 1688, which was further reinforced by the Act of Settlement (1701).
Sovereignty is one of the most essential and unique features of the state. It is the ultimate and supreme law and policy making authority of the state. It is the soul of state. It is that element of the state, whit distinguishes the state from all, other associations.