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The value of parliamentarians

In a previous post, I raised the issue of how to value the work of the House of Lords.  How does one ascribe monetary value to thousands of improvements achieved to measures passing through Parliament?  In that post, I touched … Continue reading

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Improving the quality of legislation

In my previous post, I mentioned my contribution to last week’s Question for Short Debate on improving the quality of legislation.  I made the case for a number of changes that would, in my view, improve the legislative process in … Continue reading

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A new award

I’m toying with the idea of introducing an annual award for the minister who legislates the least and a wooden spoon award for the minister who legislates the most. We need to get away from the mentality that the sign … Continue reading

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Getting rid of laws?

In my previous post, I invited suggestions for new laws or changes to the law that would be desirable but which are not likely to figure in the debate between the parties.  Some of you have already come up with … Continue reading

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