Tag Archives: Lord Cormack

Advising second chambers

This has been a fairly busy week – although the House of Commons was not sitting, the House of Lords was.  However, the highpoints for me were not related to sittings of the House, but giving evidence to two parliamentary committees.   The subject … Continue reading

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Making progress on reform

The House on Tuesday debated four motions relating to reform of the Lords.  The lead motion was moved by the Leader of the House, Baroness Stowell, recognising the case for incremental reform in dealing with the size of the House.  … Continue reading

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More from the silver jubilee

I thought I would share with you another photograph from the reception to mark my 25 years as professor of government at the University of Hull.  This picture shows the speaking line-up (from left to right): Baroness Bottomley, who acted … Continue reading

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