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ON THE BLOG: The politics of publishing select committee legal advice Drawing on ongoing research, & examine the practice of publishing legal advice & the potential implications for the work of committees.
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Gaia Taffoni 21h
Today in Rome at the international workshop ‘Procedural requirements in procedures restricticting property rights’ where I am presenting the project Protego, talking about rulemaking procedures across the EU
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Alexandra Meakin 24h
V significant update on the Northern Estate Programme from the minutes of Monday's House of Commons Commission meeting. Key points 1) NEP completion date estimate: May 2025-May 2027. If 2027, does this delay decant of the Palace of Westminster for two more years?
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Alan Renwick May 23
NEW ARTICLE: Can Democracy Be Done Better? and I say yes in our piece in the new Political Insight, arguing for a new, ambitious approach to public information and deliberative discussion. (1/2) (££)
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UCL Political Science - School of Public Policy May 23
Fantastic to see on discussing electoral systems including the merits of proportional voting with and Emma Barr.
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Constitution Unit May 23
📺 WATCH LIVE is explaining the mysteries of d'hondt electoral systems with soon after 9.30am Live link here
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Constitution Unit May 23
UNIT IN THE NEWS will be discussing electoral systems with on All Out Politics after 9.30 this morning.
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Constitution Unit May 23
NEW BLOG: The politics of publishing select committee legal advice Drawing on ongoing research, & examine the practice of publishing legal advice & the potential implications for the work of committees & advisers.
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Constitution Unit May 22
NEW BLOG: The politics of publishing select committee legal advice Drawing on ongoing research, & examine the practice of publishing legal advice & the potential implications for the work of committees & advisers.
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Constitution Unit May 22
Replying to @uclnews @UCL_EI and 3 others
And tackles the same question for here:
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Constitution Unit May 22
UNIT IN THE NEWS Meg helps tackle the question if there is time for 2nd referendum before Oct 31: BBC News - Brexit: Has time run out for another referendum? Full report on this here:
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Constitution Unit May 22
NEW BLOG: Why the Welsh Assembly should lower the voting age to 16 Two decades after the first Welsh Assembly elections, argues in favour of legislation that seeks to lower the voting age for those elections to 16.
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Constitution Unit May 21
Replying to @UKHouseofLords
A breakdown of all government defeats in the this parliamentary session can be found on our website: 2/2
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Constitution Unit May 21
The has defeated the government on a non-fatal motion relating to an Order amending the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. The motion expressed concern about consequences for rehabilitation and called on the government to respect protections under the Act 1/2
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Alexandra Meakin May 20
Ahead of the Second Reading of the Parliamentary Buildings (Restoration and Renewal) Bill today, and Baroness Evans, Leader of the Lords, have written for
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Robert Saunders May 21
"Can party members be relied on to select leaders with wide electoral appeal?" Free event at the with , Jess Garland, Meg Russell & Paul Webb, 17 June.
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PACAC Committee May 17
Does the Government recognise the need for approval for taking military action? We are questioning Minister and Minister Monday 20 May at 4.00pm Watch Live
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Procedure Committee May 20
NEW: Committee runs the rule over the House's power to call for papers and sees no reason for the House to curtail the power. Read the news story here: Read the report here:
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Constitution Unit May 20
ON THE BLOG: Transparency, trust and parliamentary expenses: lessons from the International Parliamentary Regulators Conference. Vicky Fox offers an insight into some of the discussions at IPSA's recent conference for international expenses regulators.
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Constitution Unit May 19
ON THE BLOG: Transparency, trust and parliamentary expenses: lessons from the International Parliamentary Regulators Conference. Vicky Fox offers an insight into some of the discussions at IPSA's recent conference for international expenses regulators.
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