Why is the British constitution unwritten?
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- eAnswers...Jul 18, 2014
The British Constitution has no single document which states principles and rules of a state, so it is unwritten. But, it clearly sets out how political power is allocated and where it is located legally. The powers and composition of the main offices and institutions of the state is also defined by British Constitution.
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