UK Law | Legislation
The legislation is the law that is made by the legislature. Acts of Parliament are the most crucial pieces of legislation. The UK Parliament is comprised of the House of Common, which has 650 members of parliaments, and the House of Lords, which has 800 peers. Although the National Assembly of Wales, the Scottish Parliament, and the Northern Island Assembly have powers to make laws on devolved issues, these laws are only relevant to the respective country in which they are made.