UK Parliament

Total 75 Posts

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.

If you think what happened in Washington can’t happen in London, you’re wrong.

3 min read
We are on the same track, on the same train – simply a couple of carriages behind the United States...

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.

The pandemic has changed parliament. Will it be forever?

6 min read
Working from home has enabled MPs to visually represent their constituencies and constituents, and thereby relate to them in a new way.

A ‘new start’ built on old lies.

11 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s Brexit analysis on how the “Let’s Get Going” campaign reflects the conundrum of the “Project Fear” line, the slogans conceal that all the preparations are for things to get worse, and what some consequences might be.

The case for a strong selfless parliamentary system.

9 min read
Now is the chance for MPs to show what a strong, selfless Parliamentary Democracy can do and restore the people’s trust in politics in a post-Truth, post-Brexit, and post-Covid world.

The Week in Tory.

6 min read
When the UK Government’s level of incompetence and arrogance reaches epic proportions before our very eyes.
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