no single document in which most of the
rules concerning the government of the
country are brought together.
Parliament, at Westminster makes laws for
all parts of the UK. Parts of the UK may have
powers devolved to them, however, all parts
of the UK are subject to the legislative
supremacy of parliament.
The constitution can be amended easily. Even drastic
changes can be made by passing an Act of Parliament,
though there is a developing custom that fundamental
changes would probably require a referendum if they have
not already been submitted to the electorate in a general