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The Speaker, John Bercow, was in Hull today to deliver a Parliamentary Studies Lecture on ‘Why Parliament Matters’.  The University is one of twenty accredited for the delivery of such lectures by clerks of both Houses and the Speaker’s was … Continue ...
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Clive Soley on his private members bill, regulating home education, which passed its Lords Committee stage today
EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 2 May at 10.30am
John Monks on the importance of voting through Lords amendments 49 and 51 to the EU Withdrawal Bill
Lords Science and Technology Committee publish report on Life sciences and the industrial strategy
The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee launches a public call for evidence for its inquiry into the proposed UK-EU security treaty
Upskirting is the act of taking a photo up a woman's skirt without her consent.In 2009 it was made illegal in Scotland but shockingly it remains legal in England and Wales.Authorities can ask a perpetrator to delete the photo but under current law no f...
Jeremy Beecham on the impact on claimants of the government’s new personal injury legislation
In the face of further defeats on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill, and following further pressure from Peers across the House of Lords, the government has brought forward amendments to ensure that the UK still has the ability to refer to and apply EU guidance...
Liberal Democrats have voted with a majority of cross-party Peers in the House of Lords to inflict another defeat on the government.An amendment to retain the Charter of Fundamental Rights in UK law was successfully moved and is the third defeat for th...