A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The Constitution Committee is a cross-party select committee of the House of Lords, the upper chamber of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The Committee’s remit is “to examine the constitutional implications of all public bills coming before the House; and to keep under review the operation of the constitution”. [1]
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February 2011

The Cabinet Manual

  • LORD ARMSTRONG OF ILMINSTER, gave evidence on 2 Feb. [3]
  • LORD BUTLER OF BROCKWELL, gave evidence on 2 Feb. [3]
  • LORD WILSON OF DINTON, gave evidence on 2 Feb. [3]
  • LORD TURNBULL, gave evidence on 2 Feb. [3]
  • LORD HENNESSY OF NYMPSFIELD, gave evidence on 2 Feb. [3]

January 2011

The Cabinet Manual

  • LORD ADONIS, gave evidence on 26 Jan. [2]
  • LORD WAKEHAM, gave evidence on 26 Jan. [2]

November 2010

Fixed-term Parliaments Bill

  • MARK HARPER MP, Minister for Political and Constitutional Reform gave evidence on 3 Nov. [9]

October 2010

Fixed-term Parliaments Bill

  • PROFESSOR DAWN OLIVER, Emeritus Professor of Constitutional Law, University College, London, PROFESSOR ANTHONY BRADLEY gave evidence on 6 Oct. [6]
  • DR HENRY MILNER, University of Strathclyde gave evidence on 20 Oct. [7]
  • PROFESSOR VERNON BOGDANOR, King's College London, DR RUTH FOX, Director Parliament and Government Programme, Hansard Society gave evidence on 27 Oct. [8]

The Government's Constitutional Reform Programme

  • RT HON NICK CLEGG MP, Deputy Prime Minister gave evidence on 13 Oct. [5]

July 2010

The Government's Constitutional Reform Programme

  • Professor Robert Blackburn, King's College London, Professor Robert Hazell, Director, Constitution Unit, University College London, Mr Peter Riddell, Senior Fellow, Institute for Government, Chair, Hansard Society, examined gave evidence on 21 Jul. [4]