Parliamentary Scrutiny

Total 4 Posts

Plans for ministers who aren’t in parliament raise concerns for UK democracy.

5 min read
Appointing ministers who aren’t MPs or lords would weaken parliament’s ability to hold the government to account.

Matt Hancock waves goodbye to evidence and scrutiny.

3 min read
Watch Green Party MP Caroline Lucas ask a question to Health Secretary Matt Hancock in Parliament, and see his frustration at MPs daring to challenge and scrutinise his work.

Onwards, certainly. Upwards?

4 min read
Scrutiny comes with the benefit of improving sight of looming issues. More knowledge and understanding of what’s happening will help with avoiding problems in the first place, and managing those that can’t be avoided.

Why parliamentary scrutiny and approval of treaties matters.

2 min read
Scrutiny matters, especially when you are trying to make international agreements that might last for a long time, Professor Simon Usherwood writes.
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