Why Is the British Constitution Unwritten?

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The British Constitution is unwritten because it has no single document which states principles and rules of a state. However, it clearly sets out how political power is allocated and where it is legally located. It also defines composition and powers of the main offices and institutions of the state.
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The British constitution is unwritten because it allows for flexibility and change to occur without too many problems. Amendments to the constitution are made by having a majority support in both the Houses of Parliament which is then followed by the Royal Assent.
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