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Gordon Brown is floating the idea of a written constitution. What do you think?




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Britian is the only democracy in the world other than New Zealand and Israel not to have a written constitution, but Gordon Brown appears keen on the idea of developing one. Do we need such a thing? And if so, what should be in it? A group of Oxford students have put together their suggested draft and you can read it here.


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