The United Kingdom does not have a constitution.Largely, the debate on here has been the US Constitution vs the British version of a Constitution.
The US does.
The "debate" has been: I made several factual statements - such as the United Kingdom is a monarchy and that the Queen is the head of the state religion and that the UK has a law requiring collective worship, and that most of the members of the Parliament are appointed or inherited- and others do not have the ability to admit they have been wrong in countering these facts.
Or that when I prove what they have said is absolute hogwash that they say they were just kidding... this goes back to the "Lincoln" quote...
Watch as Skanque somehow tries to explain her way around to saying that the House of Lords are elected members, I figure by next year, she will be insisting I am the one who said that they were elected.
Now tell me: How many of the House of Lords are elected?