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Parliament and the law, [edited by] Alexander Horne, Louise Thompson and Ben Yong - online

Summary
"The third edition of Parliament and the Law presents a timely and valuable resource covering recent developments. Brexit, the #MeToo movement, and the COVID-19 pandemic all presented Parliament with a series of challenges. This edition includes new chapters on Brexit, legislation and scrutiny, the restoration and renewal of the Palace of Westminster treaty scrutiny, votes of confidence and the Fixed Term Parliament Act, and the financing of Parliament. This is a multi-disciplinary work authored by lawyers, political scientists, parliamentary officials, and practitioners and is supported by the Study of Parliament Group (SPG)."--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Preface / Cristina Leston-Bandeira (University of Leeds, UK) -- Introduction / Alexander Horne (Hackett and Dabbs LLP, UK), Louise Thompson (University of Manchester, UK) and Ben Yong (Durham University, UK) -- Part 1. Internal Affairs -- 1. Privilege, Exclusive Cognisance and the Law / Eve Samson (House of Commons, UK) and Liam Laurence Smyth (House of Commons, UK) -- 2. Members' Conduct / Hannah White (Institute for Government, UK) -- 3. Paying for Parliament / Colin Lee (House of Commons, UK) and Ben Yong (Durham University, UK) -- 4. The Restoration and Renewal of the Palace of Westminster / Alexandra Meakin (University of Manchester, UK) -- Part 2. Holding the Government to Account -- 5. Legislation and Scrutiny / Louise Thompson (University of Manchester, UK) -- 6. Select Committees / Christopher Johnson (House of Lords, UK) -- 7. Parliament's Engagement with Treaties / Arabella Lang (Public Law Project, UK) and Mario Mendez (Queen Mary University of London, UK) -- 8. Votes of Confidence and the Fixed Term Parliament Act / Lord Norton (University of Hull, UK) -- Part 3: Parliament and Brexit -- 9. Brexit, Parliament and the Courts - Towards a New Relationship? / Alison Young (University of Cambridge, UK) -- 10. Parliament and Brexit: Scrutiny under Pressure / Alexander Horne (Hackett and Dabbs LLP, UK) and Jack Simson Caird (House of Commons Justice Committee, UK) -- Part 4 Parliament, Rights, and Devolution -- 11. Parliament and Human Rights / Eleanor Hourigan (Joint Committee on Human Rights, UK), Alexander Gask (Joint Committee on Human Rights, UK) and Samantha Granger (Joint Committee on Human Rights, UK) -- 12. Ten Myths about Parliamentary Sovereignty / Richard Ekins (University of Oxford, UK) and Graham Gee (University of Sheffield, UK) -- 13. Parliament Accountability for the Administration of Justice / Gavin Drewry (Royal Holloway, University of London, UK) -- 14. Devolution / Phil Larkin (House of Commons Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee, UK), Patrick Thomas (House of Commons, UK) and Graeme Cowie (House of Commons Library, UK)
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Edition
Third edition.
Physical Description
1 online resource (304 pages).
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781509934126

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