by Helin Maria Laufer Abstract: The article focuses on the doctrines underlying the constitution in the United Kingdom and their significance internationally. _____________________ The United Kingdom is considered as a constitutional monarchy. Although the nature of the United Kingdom’s constitution is to some extent unclear as it is not codified, there is no doubt that… More The United Kingdom as a Symbol of Constitutionalism
(This is the second part of a three-part series on the codification of the United Kingdom) By Isabella Reynoso A constitution is essential for the organization of a state as it contains the fundamental principles and rules upon which a state exists (Beatson, 2010). Although the British constitution contains written sources such as statutes,… More Should Britain Adopt a Written Constitution?
(This is the first part of a three-part series on the codification of the United Kingdom) By Melis Basmaci The Constitution is a difficult concept to define. A general description might be a “set of rules governing the organisation and functions of an association of people.”  It may be a written document such… More Constitutional Conventions and Codification