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Scrutiny under devolution

Mark Sandford

Scrutiny under devolution

committees in Scotland,Wales and Northern Ireland

by Mark Sandford

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Published by Constitution Unit, University College, London in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Mark Sandford and Lucinda Maer.
ContributionsMaer, Lucinda., University College, London. Constitution Unit.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15565738M
ISBN 101903903246
OCLC/WorldCa55081312

The book opens with detailed studies of law making in the period – in the Scottish Parliament and the Assemblies in Wales and Northern Ireland, and how they interact with Westminster. Later contributions look at aspects of legislative partnership in the light of the UK's strongly asymmetric devolutionary development, and also explain Author: Robert Hazell. Devolution: New law, new Wales Solicitors, responding to the needs of clients with business interests to develop in Wales or those providing public .

It may cost a packet, but devolution should provide far greater powers of scrutiny to give ministers and civil service chiefs the chance to enact change more quickly. Like much of the recent obsessive comment on the growth of my party, this piece falls under critical scrutiny and betrays the limited, partitionist analysis of the author.   By Mark Elliott and Stephen Tierney. The topic of parliamentary scrutiny of the making of treaties could hardly be more topical, given the role that Parliament is currently playing in relation to the Withdrawal Agreement that the UK Government is seeking to enter into with the European Union. That role arises from section 13 of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act .

Bogdanor, Vernon, Devolution in the United Kingdom (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ) This is a highly significant background text for any scrutiny of literature for which devolution stands as a primary analytical context – even though its concerns only take it up to the book’s own completion in September (p. viii). This book explains devolution today in terms of the evolution of past structures of government in the component parts of the United Kingdom. Available in paperback for the first time, it highlights the importance of the English dimension and the role that England's territorial politics played in constitutional debates.4/5(1).


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