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The implications of English votes for English laws

The House of Commons Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee is currently conducting an inquiry into the issue of English votes for English laws, and the wider impact of these proposals on the future of the Union. This is a … Continue reading

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Government or governance? It all depends on who governs

The study of government has long been a central preoccupation of the discipline of politics to the extent that the two are often viewed as synonymous. Many now embark on a politics degree after studying for an A-level in Government and Politics. On arriving … Continue reading

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Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and Scottish Devolution

Sometimes there is material I would like to include in a lecture but just don’t have the space. The following extract from Tony Blair’s memoir, A Journey, is one example. It is illuminating and a little amusing. Interestingly when I shared this with a … Continue reading

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