Evidence on legislative standards

The uncorrected transcript of my evidence to the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee in the Commons is now available and can be read here.  The corrected version will be the same, bar the odd minor correction.  My written submission is also now availabe – so you can see what I was referring to in my evidence – and can be accessed here.

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About Lord Norton

Professor of Government at Hull University, and Member of the House of Lords
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One Response to Evidence on legislative standards

  1. Lord Norton,

    I think the sentiment you started with is important for a conservative to distinguish himself from th lunatics of that philosophy: ” : I would endorse that there has never been a golden age, either in
    Parliament or particularly in legislative scrutiny, as I put it in my submission.” Likewise, a progresssive who does not believe the past was all awful and enough change will lead sure to paradise does well to say so in a serious constitutional discussion. It allows for other matters to be discussed across the political spectrum…”

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