The British Constitution
The constitution is the legal code or conduct usually written which ensures the smooth and efficient working of all the organs of state machinery. The UK constitutional system is the oldest democratic system and hence the pioneer and mother of Parliamentary democracy in the world. It establishes not only unitary set up of government but also constitutional monarchy. Moreover, British constitution is convention-ridden constitution of the world mainly due to its un-written nature and character. Hence UK consitition is quite in opposition to the federal and presidential system of USA.
Following are some important Articles regarding The British Constitution. Click Below Links for Detail Study
- Sources of British Constitution
- Salient Features of British Constitution
- Conventions of British Constitutions
- Examples of conventions in British Political System
- Sanction behind Conventions or Why Conventions are Obeyed?
- Sovereignty of British Parliament
- Limitations regarding Sovereignty of British Parliament
- Rule of Law in British Political System