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The UK has always maintained a distinctive position on immigration, in comparison to other EU member states, as manifest in its opt out of the Schengen agreements. The basic EU commitment to free movement and EU citizens are integral to EU membership, and are effectively constitutionalised in EU Treaties. But Prime Minister David Cameron has recently declared his plan to curb immigration from Europe through an emergency brake (which would effectively ban EU immigrants from receiving state...

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The Royal Prerogative gives the UK government the right to use military force unilterally. But many argue that the Royal Prerogative is undemocratic, and all military action should require Parliamentary approval. Including the requirement for Parliamentary Approval in the constitution would therefore serve to clarify the Parliament's constitutional role.  It would enhance the separation of powers, by constraining government action, and place the powers with the Parliament (the body...

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Tinahy Andriamasomanana

London, United Kingdom

Joined this community on Jan 12, 2015



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Undergraduate degree

Should the UK have a written codified constitution?

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