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Author: Constitution Unit at University College London
About constitutional reform in the UK.
The EU referendum, one year on: public debate
Ask the Experts: Legal and Constitutional Implications of Brexit
EVEL won’t worry the new government – but the West Lothian question may well do
After the general election: what’s next?
Following the general election, where now for Northern Ireland?
The performance of the electoral system: strengthening or weakening the case for reform?
A cross-party committee of the Privy Council should be established to seek consensus on the terms of Brexit
Why democrats should welcome a hung parliament
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.
Poland – from bad to worse
The rotten heart of Europe
“Syria: from Destruction to Reconstruction”
“Our Common Good” by John Nickson – book review
“Will not be tolerated”
EU Citizens in the UK and British Citizens in the EU
Academics for Peace – Urgent Call for Xerabe Bava in Turkey
The Mental Health Difficulties Experienced by Victims of Human Trafficking
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