Johnny Reb made the following claim:-
"In England sharia courts are now officially part of the British legal system." It's not an outlandish claim to make and is rooted in fact. Source: telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/10716844/Islamic-law-is-adopted-by-British-legal-chiefs.html
Instead of debating the claim that Johnny made, Delphian chooses to focus on the term "British legal system" thereby choosing to ignore the point that Johnny was making and instead taking him to task and claiming there is no such thing as a British legal system.
Think about it Spiritus, even try google, though anyone who is or claims to be British and thinks such a thing as a 'British legal system' exists now or at any time in the past is probably not quite clever enough to figure out how to do that.
Because the Queen says so. Feel free to educate yourself about the basics
My, looks like our friend here needs to get some basic lessons on British culture, given that it's the most basic of basic facts that there is no such thing as the British legal system.
It really depends how pedantic you all want to be and by the looks of it all three of you appear to be VERY pedantic on focusing on an irrelevant detail when the actual point Johnny made was factually correct.
There is no unified legal system in Britain but the legal system within Britain is commonly referred to as the British legal system
I hope this helps to illuminate the holy trinity of forum members who may well be three bodies in one.
Have a good night :)