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Author: Constitution Unit at University College London
About constitutional reform in the UK.
The future of referendums: what role should they play and how should they be conducted?
Digital Communication and Elections: Online targeting of voters on social media
Revisiting Tony King’s analysis of executive-legislative relations shows just how much parliament has changed
Monitor 68: A constitution in flux
What an English Parliament might look like – and the challenges of giving it proper consideration
House of Lords Committees: What needs to change?
Devolution, Brexit, and the prospect of a new constitutional settlement for the four countries of the UK
Options for an English Parliament: implications for the UK’s central institutions
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.
The War in Yemen
Commonwealth Summit Meeting April 2018
Losing senior figures
Naming and shaming Departments
Join me in supporting the cross-party ‘Do No Harm’ amendment to EU (Withdrawal) Bill
“In Pursuit of Peace in Israel and Palestine” by Gershon Baskin- book review
Relations with Continental Europe
Valuing the work of the House…
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