This question arises from an answer to a question here regarding Parliamentary Sovereignty. If the UK Parliament was to legislate for something, assuming it didn't violate international treaties etc., is there anything that could stop that becoming law?
So for example Parliament was to pass a bill that said:
On a Tuesday it is illegal to wear shoes on roads that have more than two vowels in their name.
Now obviously mass public outcry could pretty quickly encourage their representatives to change their mind, and likely a new party "Footware Freedom Party" would probably be started up pretty quickly.
But are there any outside forces that could prevent this from becoming law, or overturn the bill?
I've deliberately made the bill insanely silly to try to avoid debates over it, I am more interested in the workings of Parliamentary Sovereignty