On Tuesday 16th March the Study of Parliament and Statute Law Society hosted the Rt Hon David Gauke, to discuss his reflections on being Lord Chancellor. The event was recorded (audio only) and you can find a copy of the recording below.
Our recent publication, Parliaments and the Pandemic, has received a glowing review by Steven Chaplin, Adjunct Professor Commons Law and Fellow at uOttawa Public Law Centre, via the UK Constitutional Law Association’s blog. Steven says: “For anyone who studies or advises Parliament or other legislative bodies, or any other large institution, Parliaments and the Pandemic, isContinue reading “Review of Parliaments and the Pandemic”
The Study of Parliament Group’s recent publication Parliaments and the Pandemic was cited in an evidence session this week by the Clerk of the House of Commons, Dr John Benger, and Matthew Hamlyn, Strategic Director, Chamber Business Team, to the Procedure Committee, on how the House of Commons has adapted its procedures during the pandemic.Continue reading “Parliaments and the Pandemic publication cited in Procedure Committee oral evidence session”
This year’s Wheeler-Booth Memorial Lecture at the SPG’s Annual Weekend was delivered by the Leader of the House of Commons, Rt Hon Jacob Rees Mogg on the 8th January 2021. The subject of this year’s lecture was ‘Why Parliament Matters’. A recording of the lecture is available below: An abridged version of the speech deliveredContinue reading “Wheeler-Booth Memorial Lecture 2021”
On Friday 8th January, the SPG launched its new publication ‘Parliaments and the Pandemic’. As part of this launch Dr Hannah White (IfG) gave an interview to Mark D’Arcy discussing the publication. You can listen to the programme below, with Hannah’s interview beginning at 5.23.
In January 2021 the SPG published a collection of essays reflecting on the experience of parliaments in coping with the COVID-19 pandemic during 2020. The essays – written by current and former parliamentary staff, academics and others working in and on parliaments – examine how parliaments innovated and adapted their working practices to cope withContinue reading “Parliaments and the Pandemic – new SPG publication”