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Speaking about parliaments

I have had a number of speaking engagements in recent days, all dealing with parliaments from different perspectives.  Last Tuesday, I spoke at Imperial College London, addressing constitutional developments and then taking part in a debate, opposing the motion ‘That the … Continue reading

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All-party group

This evening, I chaired the first meeting of the All-Party Group on the Constitution.  I have already posted a report on Lords of the Blog.   For an all-party group, it was well attended, albeit principally by peers.  MPs were tied … Continue reading

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A new group

On Tuesday, I attended the inaugural meeting of an all-party group.  This one was well attended!  It is a new group on the constitution.  I was elected as chair.  The purpose of the group is to provide information on constitutional … Continue reading

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