More blogging….

One consequence of working from home is likely to be more posts on this blog.  Given that readers will be bombarded with material, authoritative or otherwise, on the current crisis, there is little point in my contributing to that (and sound arguments against, given that I have nothing I can contribute authoritatively).  Instead, I will be posting in my usual vein.  I will be offering posts on the constitution as well as more general issues.  Some may only attract comment (if any) from those who are constitutional nerds, but I hope to pen others that will engage wider interest and reaction from readers.  I will soon also offer some caption competitions.  In present circumstances, it may offer a bit of relief for those stuck at home.

For those who win caption competitions, I am not sure how easy it will be to send prizes, but it did occur to me that it can be a prospective prize.  Any prize-winner will win a copy of Governing Britain, once published.  That, I trust, will be an incentive…

About Lord Norton

Professor of Government at Hull University, and Member of the House of Lords
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7 Responses to More blogging….

  1. Thank you, Lord Norton, I look forward to your posts – stay safe in the meanwhile!
    Kind regards,

  2. Lord Norton says:

    I suspect you will be among a growing number. I will be trying to respond to comments.

  3. Robin Stanley Taylor says:

    For some time commentators used to described British politics and public life with references to Gilbert & Sullivan or Monty Python. Now everything seems to be going in more of a Mitchell & Webb direction.

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