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Unwritten constitution

Britain is often said to have an unwritten constitution because there is no single constitutional document which defines the working of Britain's constitutional system. A collection of: together form the written and unwritten parts form its constitution. Many comentators prefer the term uncodified constitution, since much of the material is in fact in written form (see British constitutional law.)

Among the many key documents or conventions are the

Not all political scientists accept that Britain has an unwritten constitution. Some go as far as to insist that Britain, in the absence of a written / codified constitution, has no constitution.

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