Academe & Parliament: Can Universities influence national policy?
As part of the Dean’s Lecture Series, The University of Nottingham Graduate School presented a lecture by University alumnus Lord Richard Best OBE who talks about ways in which academics and researchers can influence government policy.
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Parliament and the law
How are rules made and who can influence this procedure? This unit will introduce you to the rule-making processes in of the UK Houses of Parliament in Westminster. You will examine how laws are enacted and how it is possible for unelected bodies and people to influence the content of such laws.
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Lecture 27 - 11/24/2010
Lecture 27
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Parliament: hung, drawn and quartered?
Cross Bench Peer - Lord David Owen - speaks to the UON Podcast about why a hung parliament could be just what we need.
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Rebuilding parliament
Will there finally be reform in Parliament or will the election put the process on hold? We ask the Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke MP for his views.
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Parliament in Crisis: 1832 and 2009
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British Parliament - introduction to eighteenth century politics
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British Parliament - elections and voting
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British Parliament - The Revolutions of 1688-9
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British Parliament - politics in the age of Anne
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British Parliament: The Age of Oligarchy, Jacobites and Opposition Politics
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British Parliament: George III and the politicians
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British Parliament: Radicalism, 1760-90
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British Parliament: Print and Politics
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British Parliament: The French Revolution and British Politics
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British Parliament: Burke, Paine and Wollstonecraft
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British Parliament: Whigs and Tories, 1780-1832
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British Parliament: Electoral Politics in the Age of Reform
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A Lecture By Bronislaw Komorowski, Acting President Of Poland And Speaker Of The Polish Parliament
Bronislaw Komorowski, Poland's parliamentary speaker, has been thrust into the role of acting president after the death of Lech Kaczynski in a plane crash in Russia. This lecture is in the Polish language.
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6.1 Legislative powers of the Scottish Parliament
Many aspects of the law in Scotland are different from those of England and Wales. Centuries of development and growth have been influenced by factors unique to Scotland, resulting in a legal system that is distinct from those of its neighbours. This unit explores the legal history of Scotland, the Scottish Parliament and its relationship with the UK Parliament.
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