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More on the Strathclyde Review

In a previous post, I drew attention to the limitations – indeed the dangers – of the review by Lord Strathclyde, published in December, of how the House of Lords deals with secondary legislation.  Two committees of the House have now … Continue reading

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Debating the Strathclyde Review

Last Wednesday, the House debated the Strathclyde Review – the report produced by Lord Strathclyde in the light of the failure of the House to approve the Tax Credits Regulations last October.  Lord Strathclyde outlined three options for restricting or … Continue reading

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Another day….

Just thought I would report on today’s events, mainly to demonstrate that I have not forgotten you, dear readers.  It’s been fairly busy, although the most time-consuming part of the day will be my evening’s work – essay marking. The … Continue reading

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I know how to celebrate…

I celebrated my birthday on Tuesday and did so in style.  Well, in my style.  I spent the morning giving evidence to the Public Administration Select Committee as part of their inquiry into the future of the civil service.  You … Continue reading

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