British Constitution (drafts)

Chosen from a box of books donated as being not worth keeping - a book entitled 'The British Constitution' was floated in a tureen of (PG Tips) tea and vanilla essence and displayed in a library.

When it began to grow mould and to smell rank, a caretaker, despite the protestations of librarians, threw it into a nearby skip.

Rescued, it was dried, lightly starched, salinated and photographed in various locations including a concrete bunker; where a caretaker (wearing tea-coloured overalls) was sweeping up the autumn leaves blocking a drain.

“Today our constitution is not ‘unwritten’ but hidden and difficult to find”

Why Britain Needs A Written Constitution – Lord Scarman