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What are the sources of the British Constitution?

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Sources of the British Constitution are;

  • Act of parliament e.g the Magna Carta 1215, the parliament Act of 11911.
  • The legal publications by reputable authorities e.g scholars lawyers stateman.
  • Royal prerogatives e.g declaring war and making peace.
  • From Hansard - official of the proceedings of parliament.
  • The British conventions which have been used from generations to generations over along period of time.
  • The courts of Britain established decision making made by British law courts from time to time become part of the British Constitution.

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