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Author: Constitution Unit at University College London
About constitutional reform in the UK.
Could Article 50 be extended to allow for a second Brexit referendum?
If there’s a second referendum on Brexit, what question should be put to voters?
Brexit and the territorial constitution: déjà vu all over again?
How could a second Brexit referendum be triggered?
The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill and constitutional impact assessments
How long would it take to hold a second referendum on Brexit?
The challenges of studying bicameralism and the legislative process: reflections from the Rome workshop ‘Bicameralism and Law-making in the UK and Italy’
The executive’s Brexit: the UK Constitution after Miller
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.
Loss of Sir Peter Tapsell
Good News for the UK and the World
Positive thoughts for the holidays and media “silly season”
THE DIVORCE (FINANCIAL PROVISION) BILL 2017
Worse than Windrush
Self-Determination for the Palestinian People
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....