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Parliaments and the Pandemic – SPG Paper 4 (January 2021)
Co-editors: Paul Evans, Christine Salmon-Percival, Paul Silk and Hannah White
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Is there a case for greater legislative involvement in the judicial appointments process? – SPG Paper 3 (March 2014)
ISBN 978 0 9510485 1 1
Law Making in Wales: A Measure of Devolution – SPG Paper 2 (March 2011)
David Miers, Emeritus Professor of Law, Cardiff University
Who Governs? Forming a coalition or a minority government in the event of a hung parliament – SPG/Hansard Society joint paper (March 2010)
Robert Blackburn, Ruth Fox, Oonagh Gay, Lucinda Maer
ISBN 978 0900432 59 0
The Changing Constitution: A Case for Judicial Confirmation Hearings? – SPG Paper 1 (January 2010):
Alexander Horne, Home Affairs Research Section, House of Commons
With a foreword by Sir Ross Cranston FBA