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REVISED VERSION: The three roles of government, the legislature, executive and judiciary, should be as separate and independent from each other as is possible in a parliamentary democracy. These branches of government need all to be accountable to the public. This principle ensures that power cannot be abused and that a single person or entity cannot create a law, find someone guilty of breaking it, and sentence them as well.  OLD VERSION: If this has already been covered...

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The constitution should enshrine the responsibility of the government to use rigourously established objective evidence in its policy making.  All too often (all of the time?) policy is based upon ideology, attempting to increase popularity ratings, point scoring against rival parties, or pure self-interest. What the country deserves is policy based on objective evidence, as below: Test the theory as to why the policy will be effective and what the impacts of the policy will be if it is...

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CURRENT DRAFT: People of all faiths and no faith shall have equal rights; and faith organisations shall have neither a more nor less favoured status within government or society as a whole solely on the basis of their faith-based nature. Faith groups should not provide public services without proof that their services are impartial and their funding fair. PREVIOUS VERSION: People of all faiths and no faith shall have equal rights; and faith organisations shall have neither a more nor...

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Final proposal:   ' individuals shall have the right to privacy and the right to communicate without interception.' The concept of privacy, both offline and online, and the ability to communicate privately and without interception by government agencies is slowly being degraded in favour of blanket surveillance. Our right to communicate with friends, family, business colleagues or contacts, or strangers for that matter, via email, text, instant message, telephone, skype, social...

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Tom Peach-Geraghty

United Kingdom

Joined this community on Jan 16, 2015

Age
30-39

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Male

Highest level of Education
Undergraduate degree

Should the UK have a written codified constitution?
Yes

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