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Legislation at Westminster
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 304

Legislation at Westminster

  • Categories: Law

The Westminster parliament is a highly visible political institution, and one of its core functions is approving new laws. Yet Britain's legislative process is often seen as executive-dominated, and parliament as relatively weak. As this book shows, such impressions can be misleading. Drawing on the largest study of its kind for more than forty years, Meg Russell and Daniel Gover cast new light on the political dynamics that shape the legislative process. They provide a fascinating account of the passage of twelve government bills - collectively attracting more than 4000 proposed amendments - through both the House of Commons and House of Lords. These include highly contested changes such as...

Parliamentary Bills of Rights
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 504

Parliamentary Bills of Rights

  • Categories: Law

How do bills of rights influence legislative decision-making in New Zealand and the United Kingdom?

Legislative Synopsis and Digest ...
  • Language: en

Legislative Synopsis and Digest ...

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2015
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  • Publisher: Unknown

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Legislative scrutiny
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 106

Legislative scrutiny

  • Categories: Law

The Education Bill published as HCB 137 10/11 (ISBN 9780215557612)

Legislative scrutiny
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 40

Legislative scrutiny

  • Categories: Law

The Public Bodies Bill (HL Bill 25, ISBN 9780108478765) proposes to create a number of delegated powers by which the Government can abolish, merge, modify the constitution, functions or budgetary arrangements or a body or authorise delegation of a body's functions to a third person or body. Several other committees have expressed concern about the extreme breadth of the delegated powers proposed, and this report outline's three significant human rights issues arising from the Bill. First is the independence and impartiality of bodies protecting and promoting human rights. The inclusion of bodies such as the Equality and Human Rights Commission, the Children's Commissioner, the Inspectorate o...