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Parliament and the Law: Second Edition

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Parliament and the Law: Second Edition
Hart Publishing | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1509908714 | 406 pages | PDF | 4.38 MB

by Alexander Horne (Editor), Gavin Drewry (Editor)

This new edition of Parliament and the Law is an edited collection of essays, supported by the UK's Study of Parliament Group, including contributions by leading constitutional lawyers, political scientists, and parliamentary officials. It provides a wide-ranging overview of the ways in which the law applies to, and impacts upon, the UK Parliament, and it considers how recent changes to the UK's constitutional arrangements have affected Parliament as an institution. It includes authoritative discussion of a number of issues of topical concern, such as: the operation of parliamentary privilege; the powers of Parliament's select committees; parliamentary scrutiny; devolution; English Votes for English Laws; Members' conduct; and the governance of both Houses. It also contains chapters on financial scrutiny, parliamentary sovereignty, Parliament and human rights, and the administration of justice. Aimed mainly at legal academics, practitioners, and political scientists, this book will also be of interest to anyone who is curious about the many fascinating ways in which the law interacts with and influences the work, the constitutional status, and the procedural arrangements of the Westminster Parliament.

PRAISE FOR THE FIRST EDITION The book is immensely readable and provides the reader with a broad perspective on the relationship between Parliament and the law. - Chris Monaghan * Legal Studies, Volume 34, Number 2 * PRAISE FOR THE FIRST EDITION The breadth of this book is readily apparent, and the detail highly impressive - Parliament and the Law will be a very valuable resource for academics, officials, practitioners , and others keen to understand the intricate nature of the issues here covered. - Michael Gordon * Cambridge Law Journal, Volume 73, Issue 3 *

About the Author
Alexander Horne is Legal Adviser to the House of Lords European Union Committee and Honorary Lecturer at University College London. Gavin Drewry is Emeritus Professor of Public Administration at Royal Holloway, University of London; and Honorary Professor in the Faculty of Laws at University College London.



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