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    Argue that it is partially written and wholly uncodified. Then argue against. Decide at the offset what your conclusion is going to be (the constitution is indeed uncodified FWIW, but then again, all our laws are exactly the same in legal status, so it could be said all of our laws are the constitution, even the Lavatories and Turnstiles Act), and take that line of reasoning throughout. The conclusion should not be a surprise.

    The big noise in Constitution is Dicey. He wrote a book on it. Do some reading on that if you're stuck after reading your core texts.

    This exact question is a full exam essay in the Con & Ad module for the Graduate Diploma of Law and nobody attempts it. Good luck, I've given you a big hint
 
 
 
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