Destroying parliaments leads to war – just look at history

Destroying parliaments leads to war – just look at history

Aristotle Kallis, Keele University, places the recent prorogation of the UK Parliament in historical context.

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Free (and Near-Complete) Access to Membership Data from the Select Committee Data Archive, 1979-Present!

Free (and Near-Complete) Access to Membership Data from the Select Committee Data Archive, 1979-Present!

Stephen Holden Bates (University of Birmingham), Mark Goodwin (Coventry University) and Steve McKay (University of Lincoln) discuss opening up their select committee data archive for open access research.

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Brexit and parliamentary legitimation: beyond constitutional minutiae

Brexit and parliamentary legitimation: beyond constitutional minutiae

David Judge writes that, while much of the discussion around Brexit and Parliament is about procedure and conventions, it should also be about the bigger picture: what does Brexit tell us about the fundamental principles of the UK’s parliamentary state and representative democracy?

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