Tag Archives: Parliamentary Affairs

When MPs gather informally…

In an earlier post, I drew attention to the paper I gave at the PSA Parliaments Group Conference late last year at the Scottish Parliament on the subject of social space in Parliament.  I have since revised the paper and … Continue reading

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Who speaks for Parliament?

My article, ‘Speaking for Parliament,’ has been published online by Parliamentary Affairs.  It will be appearing in a print edition in due course.  It is based on my Michael Ryle Memorial Lecture, delivered in Speaker’s House in July. The theme … Continue reading

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Good start to the year…

The year has got off to a good start.  Two articles of mine are published this month as well as a book chapter.  This morning, I received the January issue of Parliamentary Affairs, which carries my article on ‘The Fixed-term Parliaments … Continue reading

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Fixed-term Parliaments Act and votes of confidence

I mentioned in my previous post that my next publication to appear in print is my co-authored chapter on Parliament and the constitution.  However, it is not my next publication to appear.  As regular readers, will be aware, I have variously … Continue reading

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