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
We will be releasing a three-part series on the codification of the Constitution in the United Kingdom. The Constitution in the United Kingdom is one of few Constitutions that have yet to be codified. This is a controversial issue that had raised numerous debates both within legal academia and the in politics. As the debate… More Codification of the Constitution – A three-part series
Introduction: It was not all long ago, November 2012, that 56% of the British population supported the idea of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union. As the Prime Minister, David Cameron, put it in his speech on the EU referendum, some “of this antipathy about Europe in general really relates of course to the… More Human Rights: Between Parliamentary Supremacy and the Rule of Law