Parliamentary, Ministerial, and Judicial Control of Nationalized Industries in Great Britain

Charles Winter
1951 Law & Contemporary Problems  
In establishing a series of public business corporations, care has been taken to allot them a suitable status in the constitution and in fixing that status a carefully adjusted system of controls has been devised. These controls have been established in relation (a) to Parliament which is responsible for the creation of the particular corporation; (b) to the minister designated by Parliament as ultimately answerable to Parliament for the working of the corporation; and (c) to the judiciary in
more » ... the judiciary in connection with its task of interpreting and enforcing the law of the land.
doi:10.2307/1189982 fatcat:b7en7odwtfbkphm7uboaalk4rm