What does the separation of powers denote today?

Does it matter that separation is only partial surrounded by the UK? How does it differ from the “balance of powers” perspective, eg in the USA?
The UK is a UNITARY state. Although parliament has hand out various powers to:

-European union
-Welsh assembly
-Scottish parliament
-Northern irish assembly
-London assembly

parliament is SUPREME and can annul those powers. The balance of powers swings heavily in parliaments wish.

In the USA, congress, the house of representatives and the state governments all enjoy various fixed powers layed down the in the constitution. The set off of powers in the USA is balanced between the state government and the national government. This is because the USA is a federal state. Source(s): as level management and politics

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