Archive of March 2012

No need to look over their shoulder - on the big issues, at least

Bishops in the Lords survive, but their privileges could be on the line

The bishops may be set to survive the coalition's Lords reforms, but important questions remain to be resolved about their role in the Lords.

  • No prospect for real reform - in the short-term, at least

    Party funding: Reasons to be miserable

    This scandal won't trigger a sudden revolution in the way our political system funds itself. But it would be wrong to say it won't make a difference.

  • The Queen receives the loyal addresses from the Lords and Commons

    Should the Queen block NHS reforms?

    Today parliamentarians rose to applaud their Queen. In this Diamond Jubilee year, were campaigners really serious that she should end six decades of political neutrality to save the NHS?

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