The latest proposals for boundary changes have been published. Constituency boundaries are not a trivial concern, but hailing these changes as a solution to the unfairness in our political system is to overlook some of the most serious issues plaguing our politics.
The govermment has published their trade white paper and we're worried - there’s no new role for Parliament, the devolved legislatures or the public, but a seat at the table for big business.
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, more commonly known as the Repeal Bill, has passed its first major test in the parliamentary process at its Second Reading. The bill will be one of the most constitutionally transformative pieces of legislation to emerge since Brexit and aims to establish legal consistency when the UK has left the EU.
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, more commonly known as the Repeal Bill, is the first major piece of Brexit legislation to go before Parliament. The bill proposes to hand sweeping powers to ministers to allow them to make changes to laws. This would sideline both Parliament and the devolved nations from policymaking, further centralising power in the hands of the executive.
We’ve heard a lot in the media about the DUP’s social policies, their history and their politics. What has not been as thoroughly discussed are their policies towards democracy, which we've set out to analyse.