Spies in Parliament: not as unusual as you might think

Spies in Parliament: not as unusual as you might think

Following reports that Rory Stewart, a former contender for the Conservative leadership was once a member of the Secret Intelligence Service, Andrew Defty of ParliLinc, discusses the history of spies in Parliament.

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June 2019 newsletter

June 2019 newsletter

In this month’s newsletter, we have the following announcements/information:

  1. Final reminder for our Annual Conference: 12 July deadline
  2. Fourteenth Workshop of Parliamentary Scholars and Parliamentarians (Wroxton Workshop)
  3. House of Lords looking for new adviser
  4. Huddersfield Workshop on Hansard
  5. News from our members
  6. Essay competition – thanks for submissions
  7. New ParliLinc network established
  8. Mackenzie Prize nomination
  9. Recently on our blog

If you have any notices / messages you would like us to circulate to the group, please let us know.

Best wishes,
Marc (@marcgeddes), Louise (@LouiseVThompson) Alex (@A_Meakin) and Seán (@S_Haughey)


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The political challenges affecting the functioning of the national parliaments in the Western Balkans countries

The political challenges affecting the functioning of the national parliaments in the Western Balkans countries

Blerim Vela analyses the recent European Commission 2019 annual country reports for the Western Balkans counties, and what the report reveals for the national parliaments in the region.

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