The debate over whether the UK constitution works is relevant to all examination boards and requires evaluation of whether reforms should be taken forward and whether the UK’s constitutional arrangements should be codified.
It is often difficult to see past media portrayals of the UK as hurtling from one political crisis to the next. As these crises mount, so too do calls for the UK to reorganise its governing and constitutional arrangements, usually by codifying them into one clear and plainly understood document. The continued informal reliance on elected officials behaving responsibly, goes the argument, will surely lead to a crisis too big to be muddled through.
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