The rule of law (the question is in the instruction box)
THIS IS THE QUESTION:
"The rule of law as formulated by Raz adds little to a modern democracy as it could apply to both democratic and non-democratic states. The substantive rule of law is unworkable in a system such as exists in the United Kingdom, where the legislature is legally sovereign. Indeed, as both versions of the rule of law have been and could be ignored by the legislature, it is pointless to take the rule of law seriously as a feature of the United Kingdom’s constitution."
Discuss the above statement and outline whether you agree or disagree with this. You must support your answer with reference to academic and judicial opinion, as well as developing your own argument. USE THE OSCOLA SYSTEM OF REFERENCING, WITH BIBLIOGRAPHY.
IT SHOULD RELATE TO THE QUESTION AND ANSWER THE QUESTION. USE CASES TO BACK UP YOUR POINTS (R (Jackson) v Attorney-General  UKHL 56) opinions should be included in every paragraph. AND use ACADEMICS ESP RAZ AND DICEY.