The UK has no constitution written down in one document. Instead, it has laws, conventions, practices, and activities scattered all over the place that constitutional lawyers gather together and describe as the UK constitution.
In a unique project, LSE's Institute of Public Affairs has decided to crowdsource a new UK constitution, we are asking members of the public to participate in, advise on, and eventually to draft a new UK constitution.
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By visiting constitutionuk.com you can share your thoughts and ideas and discuss a range of issues including the powers of Parliament and the Prime Minister, the role of the Head of state, how should we elect our representatives, what rights should we have and what place, if any, should the European Union have in our UK Constitution.
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