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The Impact of Legislatures

In an earlier post, I drew attention to the forthcoming publication of The Impact of Legislatures, a volume to mark the 25th anniversary of the publication of The Journal of Legislative Studies. The journal appeared in print in 1995, the … Continue reading

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A quarter-century of scholarship….

Last year marked the 25th anniversary of the publication of The Journal of Legislative Studies.  The journal has its origins in a meeting I had with the publisher Frank Cass.  His publishing house published a wide array of journals and … Continue reading

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Writings on Parliament….

This has been a good year for me in terms of articles published in Parliamentary Affairs.  I see my 2016 article, ‘The Fixed-term Parliaments Act and Votes of Confidence’, perhaps not surprisingly in view of current events, is again listed … Continue reading

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21 years of editorship

 Just over 21 years ago, I met the publisher Frank Cass to discuss the possibility of starting a new journal in the field of legislative studies.  I felt there was a need for such a journal, especially one that was not … Continue reading

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A good week for publications

It has not been a bad week for publications.  As readers know, Eminent Parliamentarians was published on Monday.  However, it is only one of four.   I penned a chapter ‘Opt-Out: Britain’s Unsplendid Isolation’, which has been published in J. Hayward … Continue reading

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