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Just now, Robin-H said:

You know there isn't a written constitution. 

 

That doesn't mean we don't have a constitution. The link explains it well. It means that it is based on law and statute, and ultimately the courts would decide if something was constitutional or not based on precedent. 

Really?

 

Would they (could they?) overrule a statute passed by a majority of one to expel all immigrants?

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Despite the clear warning in #1 more posts have been removed.
If you cant manage to disagree with someone without resorting to insults and personal comments then unless you want your accounts suspending please dont post at all.

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6 minutes ago, Obelix said:

Thats how a representative democracy works you know...

No it does not as anyone over 18 regardless of education or qualifications can enter parliament as an MP, providing they are elected according to the rules. 

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3 minutes ago, Dromedary said:

No it does not as anyone over 18 regardless of education or qualifications can enter parliament as an MP, providing they are elected according to the rules. 

What is to stop Parliament changing the rules to abolish all opposition parties?

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11 minutes ago, Car Boot said:

Brexit is just the first stage of a revolutionary struggle to empower working people in this country.

What will be the second stage? Or are you just a typical Brextremist? I guarantee you, you will not destroy the rich under any circumstances, However in your power struggle you will destroy the poor. Are you happy with that? 

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Just now, Dardandec said:

What will be the second stage? Or are you just a typical Brextremist? I guarantee you, you will not destroy the rich under any circumstances, However in your power struggle you will destroy the poor. Are you happy with that? 

Ooooooh you tinker - you'll have to answer to the massed ranks of the Monk Bretton Civil Servants for Marxist / Faragist /  Moggism 😎

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6 minutes ago, Dromedary said:

No it does not as anyone over 18 regardless of education or qualifications can enter parliament as an MP, providing they are elected according to the rules. 

No they really cannot. There are clear rules excluding police constables, various officers under the crown - armed forces, and until privatised for example British Gas employees.

Crucially idiots and lunatics - both terms with specific if outdated legal meanings are unable to stand too...

I guess you have never been an election agent.

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5 minutes ago, Longcol said:

What is to stop Parliament changing the rules to abolish all opposition parties?

You haven't really though that through have you!

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1 minute ago, Longcol said:

Ooooooh you tinker - you'll have to answer to the massed ranks of the Monk Bretton Civil Servants for Marxist / Faragist /  Moggism 😎

Mr. Boot can answer first he seems to know more about it than anybody else. Then the rest can form an orderly queue. ;)

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Just now, Obelix said:

No they really cannot. There are clear rules excluding police constables, various officers under the crown - armed forces, and until privatised for example British Gas employees.

But if they resign from the job then they can so there is nothing stopping them.

Just now, Obelix said:

Crucially idiots and lunatics - both terms with specific if outdated legal meanings are unable to stand too...

You missed out some of the people held in prisons as well.

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1 minute ago, Dromedary said:

You haven't really though that through have you!

So explain - a government with a small majority passes a statute to abolish opposition parties, packs out the Lords to make sure it gets onto the statute books - then what?

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I just demonstrated that your assertion anoyne over 18 can stand to be utterly baseless Drome.

That is sufficient.

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