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Author: Constitution Unit at University College London
About constitutional reform in the UK.
Brexit at Westminster: can parliament play a meaningful role?
A second Scottish independence referendum without a s.30 Order? A legal question that demands a political answer
Brexit presents parliament with daunting challenges but steps are being taken to help it meet them
LGBT candidates in UK elections: how much has changed?
A second independence referendum in Scotland: the legal issues
The Italian Constitutional Court judgement on the ‘Italicum’ electoral law: another new reform for Italy?
A watershed is reached in Northern Ireland
Executive Orders in the Trump presidency: a short introduction
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.
“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
How not to get a good deal
British Policy on Illegal Drugs
The Wheelchair User and the Big Baby Buggy
My letter to The Times re Syria (not published)
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.
Resistance to Brexit
Art 50 Library
Edmund Burke - on the duties of an MP
The Lords - and the Report and 3rd Reading of the Brexit Bill.
Wednesday - Final day of Lords Ctte stage of Brexit Bill
Committee Stage of the EU (Notice of Withdrawal) Bill - TODAY