So, given the apparent threat Sharia law poses to every man, woman and child in our country– not to mention the danger it poses to our democracy – could Sharia law ever become UK law?
The answer is: NO. This would require a series of events so improbable they are impossible; they would effectively have zero probability. People who propound this myth have a limited (at best) understanding of how British laws are produced and ratified. To understand why Sharia law could never be replace UK law requires looking at the legislative process.
The legislative process: how laws are made
A law starts its life as a Bill, either introduced by the government (a government sponsored Bill) or introduced by an MP in the House of Commons or a Peer in the House of Lords (a private member’s Bill.) All Bills have to pass through both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. It’s finally mad
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