Should the UK have a written Constitution

Should the UK have a written Constitution

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The Right Honrable Prime Minister Mr Boris Johnson

Why this petition matters

Started by Richard Kuch

Should the UK have a written constitution?

The question then arises in this 800th anniversary year – should the UK now take steps to codify all its laws, rules and conventions governing the government of the country into one comprehensive document, ‘a new Magna Carta’?

The case for a written UK constitution has been debated at our universities and by politicians of all parties for several decades and has been the subject of a House of Commons committee inquiry during the 2010–15 Parliament

If a written constitution for the future is to be prepared, it must be one that engages and involves everyone, especially young people, and not simply legal experts and parliamentarians. 

Some of the mystique and charm of our ancient constitution might be lost in the process, but a written constitution could bring government and the governed closer together, above all by making the rules by which our political democracy operates more accessible and intelligible to all.

This should be taught in schools get involved  with our children educate every one about Common Law  and all its fundamental reasoning's and acquisitions. Have a right to be involved .We have a right as citizen's of the United Kingdom .     

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