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Parliament in British Politics (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 352
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Contemporary Political Studies

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This fully revised new edition includes expanded coverage of Parliament's relationship with the courts, devolved assemblies and the European Union. Distinctively, the book goes beyond the usual focus of Parliament-Government...

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This fully revised new edition includes expanded coverage of Parliament's relationship with the courts, devolved assemblies and the European Union. Distinctively, the book goes beyond the usual focus of Parliament-Government relations to encompass policy-makers beyond Whitehall and Parliament's broader relationship with citizens.

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  • Examines the link between Parliament and the citizen as well as between Parliament and government 
  • Written by a leading authority on Parliament 
  • Updated to cover recent constitutional developments, including devolution and debates about parliamentary reform

Parliament in Perspective
The Development of Parliament
PART I: PARLIAMENT AND GOVERNMENT
Recruiting Ministers
The Making of Public Policy
Legislation
The Administration of Government
PART II: BEYOND WHITEHALL
Parliament and the European Union
Parliament and Devolution
Parliament and the Courts
PART III: PARLIAMENT AND THE PEOPLE
Representing the People
The Voice of the Constituents
Speaking for Different Interests
Reaching the Public
Conclusion: Parliamentary Reform.

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Philip Norton is Professor of Government and Director of the Centre for Legislative Studies, University of Hull, UK, and, as Lord Norton of Louth, has been a member of the House of Lords since 1998.

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Philip Norton is Professor of Government and Director of the Centre for Legislative Studies, University of Hull, UK, and, as Lord Norton of Louth, has been a member of the House of Lords since 1998.

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