The battle over government that has raged since Magna Carta – The Independent

Posted July 4th, 2007 in constitutional history, special report by sally

“Yesterday Mr Brown referred to the British Constitution as ‘unwritten’. That is misleading. A more accurate description would be “un-codified”. In common with the citizens of other countries, subjects of the British Crown enjoy certain legally prescribed rights and freedoms. And like the governments of other nations, British administrations are bound by the chains of law and convention.”

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The Independent, 4th July 2007