Britain's New Supreme Court

by Joshua Rozenberg
from THE TIMES

A new constitution is being created in the United Kingdom. Yet few care to notice. One reason for the lack of concern is that the British constitution is largely unwritten – or, more accurately, uncodified. Another, as Vernon Bogdanor writes in The New British Constitution, is that recent reforms have been introduced in a “piecemeal, unplanned and pragmatic way”. The third, as Professor Bogdanor rightly observes, is that the British are notoriously uninterested in their nation’s constitution. more

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