The fast of basic laws which underpin

The United Kingdom  has  an uncodified constitution comprising several sources, some people  say they should be codified and some others support that it should not be changed and stay the same.Firstly lets see  what is a constitution? In short Constitution is the fundamental law upon which the formation of the entire legislation of a country is based on the rights and obligations of the citizen, the organisation and basic rules of state and institution operation.The constitution can be elaborated and approved by a constitutional assembly (a delegation of the people) or a sum of laws or other provisions that over time have become fundamental.Present constitutions tend to be writen files as mentioned by Adam Tomkins in Public law,{Oliver ,1992  } written constitutions are not created by accident.They are results of  the product of revolutions, independence, {7 },together with revolutions,  unification or dissolution of a country,or a way of modernising the country{8}.Countries in the international with out a codified constitution are Israel ,United Kingdom , New Zealand and Canada A constitution does not necessary should be democratic, within the current experience of the word totalitarian states like Belarus  North Korea, or Saudi Arabia{2} have a constitution or a hard and fast of basic laws which underpin their governance,It can not always be considered as an agent or defender of democracy.  The debate over the codification of the British constitution has gone through many levels in the last thirty years  {Oliver ,1992  As an unwritten constitution, the United Kingdom Constitution is particularly flexible and can easily evolve and adapt to changing seasons. Modern times require changing laws to adapt to the trends of news, beliefs and beliefs. All that is required is for Parliament to recognize the need for change and therefore continue to make modifications