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A lonely Bill…

Yesterday, as is my usual practice, as soon as I finished teaching I travelled to Westminster in time for the Joint Committee on the Draft House of Lords Reform Bill.   The Bill has not exactly attracted enthusiastic support.   Few witnesses … Continue reading

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Committee work

Anyone interested in following my parliamentary activity may be disappointed if they seek to do so through the website TheyWorkForYou.com.  Since the summer recess, most of my work has been committee based.   On Mondays, I have the Joint Committee on … Continue reading

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A premature end

We had the second evidence-taking session of the Joint Committee on the Draft House of Lords Reform Bill this evening.  We had planned a relatively long session, but it did not quite go as intended.  We came to a premature end.  I … Continue reading

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