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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE UK CONSTITUTION

One of the reasons why the UK does not have a codified constitution is that British political history over
the past 3 centuries has followed an evolutionary rather than a revolutionary route. In other countries,
written constitutions have been introduced following sudden and total…

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classes and gave parliamentary representation to the new industrial towns. It was now no longer
possible for the Lords, through patronage, to control the composition of the HoCs. In addition, the
powers of the monarch were limited further as the choice of the senior Cabinet members (the centre of
executive…

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