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Author: Constitution Unit at University College London
About constitutional reform in the UK.
The Independent Commission on Referendums: issues and early ideas
Assessing the durability of the Conservative minority government: lessons from New Zealand
Unison v Lord Chancellor: the things that landmark constitutional cases are made of
To devolve or not to devolve? The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill and devolution
Pre-appointment scrutiny hearings: parliament’s bark delivers a stronger bite than MPs realise
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: constitutional change and legal continuity
The report of the Scottish Parliamentary Reform Commission: Westminster as a model for reforming Holyrood?
2017 select committee chair elections: a short guide
Author: Several members of the House of Lords
Members of the Lords write blogs on their specialist areas and talk about life and work in the House of Lords.
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Abolishing the Death Penalty
War Crimes in Iraq
Examining polling, citizenship, artificial intelligence… playing to the strengths of the House
Rail monopolies in NL and DE caught out – again. NS fined Euro 40m; poor old taxpayers.
Poland – from bad to worse
The rotten heart of Europe
“Syria: from Destruction to Reconstruction”
Author: J David Morgan, tutor for the OU and Leicester University
For everyone interested in the work of Britain's Parliament and the US Congress. Discuss Practice, Procedure, History and current issues.
The Queen's Speech 2017
What is Obstruction of Justice?
Magna Carta Day
A City Shining on a Hill?
House of Commons Library - A Resource for Citizens
Washminster is back....
Criminal Law Exams