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Parliament in British Politics

byPhilip Norton

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This fully revised new edition includes expanded coverage of Parliament's relationship with the courts, devolved assemblies and the European Union. Distinctively, the book goes beyond the usual focus of Parliament-Government relations to encompass policy-makers beyond Whitehall and Parliament's broader relationship with citizens.

PHILIP NORTON is Professor of Government and Director of the Centre for Legislative Studies, University of Hull, UK, and, as Lord Norton of Louth, has been a member of the House of Lords since 1998.
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Title:Parliament in British PoliticsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 8.49 × 5.53 × 0.72 inPublished:May 10, 2013Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230291937

ISBN - 13:9780230291935

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Table of Contents

Parliament in Perspective
The Development of Parliament
PART I: PARLIAMENT AND GOVERNMENT

Recruiting Ministers
The Making of Public Policy
Legislation
The Administration of Government

PART II: BEYOND WHITEHALL
Parliament and the European Union

Parliament and Devolution

Parliament and the Courts
PART III: PARLIAMENT AND THE PEOPLE
Representing the People
The Voice of the Constituents
Speaking for Different Interests
Reaching the Public
Conclusion: Parliamentary Reform