Alright, because you insist on using embed and it rapidly makes posts wholly unreadable, Ill lay it out like this.
It's really quite easy. Change to text mode. Type in your quote bits. It's like grade school level HTML encoding.
1 Its different in that its not written down. Its different in that the law is not the lead point for the honoring the consitution and in fact try to stay out of political matters. We actually intended to have the system YOU have, but it never was adopted for various reasons. Your founding fathers adopted it, and frankly, I think we should too. Although that would mean codifying a constitution by writing it down. All that said, just because we write it down, doesn't make it any less real. Except to Tory spin doctors anyway.
What other laws in the UK are spoken, not written down and are 'just as real'?
2 Such as? This is the ONLY time I can recall a British court ruling on a constitutional matter. Its never brought to them because, by and large, everyone respects the rules.
What was this?https://www.bbc.com/...litics-38720320
I'll bet you there are other such cases going back. Perhaps a survey of your Supreme Court's case docket would be in order for you?
3 Proroguing doesnt force an election, because if it did, then it would have been unnecessary for Boris Johnson to push a bill to end the fix term parliament to get an election. This is NOT the same thing.
So what is it?
4 You prorogue parliament to end a session, so there is a new queens speech and they move onto another session (DB can correct me here, but this is my basic understanding). Its is NOT the case you exacerabte the period of time its prorogued for the purpose of stiffling debate. This may only be a week and a half, but in the perishingly short time till October 31, its actually a lot of debate time.
From what I've seen of British Pundits who've looked at this more than you have, it would not have been the longest instance of a prorogue duration.
5 Doesnt matter what I like. Bojo has been in office for something like 6 weeks now, and there has been NO proposals on how to leave the EU.
You have two. The one your previous PM negotiated and no-deal. I think you want something else right? I'm pretty sure that's what I've seen. So, you have to threaten the EU with a no-deal in order to get something other than the bag of non-magic beans that May negotiated.
I keep hearing about how the remainers have been causing all the problems, but the problem is, the casting vote in the conservative party was remainers voting against the deal.
Do you WANT May's deal? Because it' doesn't result in a proper exit and the UK loses sovereignty to the EU. STILL. It's worse than staying in.