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Select committees are becoming increasingly significant, but show an enormous gender bias in their choice of witnesses

Select committees are becoming increasingly significant, but show an enormous gender bias in their choice of witnesses | Politics AS Governing the UK | Scoop.it
Select committees are now firmly established as an important part of our democratic architecture, making a bigger impression than ever before since the implementation of the 2010 Wright Committee r...
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Welcome to my new blog! - Simon Speaks

Welcome to my new blog! - Simon Speaks | Politics AS Governing the UK | Scoop.it
Welcome to my new blog. This blog is dedicated to UK Politics and Political Ideologies. Specifically, I’ll be blogging on topics relevant to the UK Edexcel Government and Politics syllabus.
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Revision Update: UK Politics: Exemplar Answer: Parliament and the ...

Revision Update: UK Politics: Exemplar Answer: Parliament and the ... | Politics AS Governing the UK | Scoop.it
“Indeed Lord Hailsham described the relationship between the two branches of government as an “elective dictatorship”. However, whilst the separation of powers may be less obvious than in the USA, the UK parliament can ...”
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Revision Update: Parliament: Is Executive Power Checked? - Tutor2u

Revision Update: Parliament: Is Executive Power Checked? - Tutor2u | Politics AS Governing the UK | Scoop.it
“Indeed Lord Hailsham described the relationship between the two branches of government as an “elective dictatorship”. However, whilst the separation of powers may be less obvious than in the USA, the UK parliament can ...”
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This was a great year for Parliament, and Speaker Bercow deserves much of the credit – Telegraph Blogs

This was a great year for Parliament, and Speaker Bercow deserves much of the credit – Telegraph Blogs | Politics AS Governing the UK | Scoop.it
After a long run of bad years, 2013 proved to be really rather good for Parliament. Here are seven reasons to be cheerful: 1. Parliament recovers its purpose: Whether it is Syria or HS2, what matters is what the House of Commons thinks.
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AS Exam Tips Edexcel Unit 2: Governing the UK | British Citizen

“If the constitution were codified, this power to declare war could be controlled much more strictly by Parliament. Transferring .... Articles based around political commentary, with a specific emphasis on rights and individualism.”
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Revision Update: UK Politics: Exemplar Answer: Does the Executive ...

Revision Update: UK Politics: Exemplar Answer: Does the Executive ... | Politics AS Governing the UK | Scoop.it
“This might be through the use of the “carrot” with the possibility of promotion to cabinet rank or the use of the “stick” with the withdrawal of the parliamentary whip as has recently happened with Nadine Dorries.”
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