Monthly Archives: May 2021
Three years ago I asked a question about the cost of repairing and maintaining the Palace of Westminster in the period leading up to the expected decant of the Palace for the Restoration and Renewal Programme. The annual cost of … Continue reading
At the beginning of a new session, several days in each House are devoted to debating the Queen’s Speech, with each day allocated to a particular topic. On Thursday of last week, the debate in the Lords was on the … Continue reading
The recording of last week’s Hull University Centre for British Politics webinar on Governing Britain can now be viewed here.
On Wednesday, I took part in a Hull University Centre for British Politics webinar on ‘Governing Britain’, hosted by my colleague Dr Liz Monaghan. It was an opportunity for her and members of the online audience to put questions about … Continue reading
There is no job description for an MP. Each represents a constituency and how they do so is shaped by their own interpretation as well as by the expectations of constituents. There is no one constituency role, but rather several. … Continue reading