Monthly Archives: November 2020

Problems of a hybrid House – 2

Regular readers will be aware that have variously drawn attention to the importance of the use of informal space in legislatures.  In an earlier post, I summarised my article on the subject published in Parliamentary Affairs.  In that, I identified … Continue reading

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Problems of a hybrid House… 1

Thanks to modern technology, the House of Lords is able to meet in hybrid form, something that would have been impossible until relatively recently.   The House maintains some of the features that are core to fulfilling its functions.  Committees continue … Continue reading

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