Griffith & Ryle on Parliament: Functions, Practice and Procedures
Sweet & Maxwell, Dec 31, 2002 - Parliamentary practice - 805 pages
"The authors provide a detailed study of the working of Parliament in recent sessions, supplying a wealth of information and real examples to illustrate what actually happens in the parliamentary process. Throughout, complex procedures are explained in plain English. The book shows how the rules and procedures are utilised by the three principal participants in Parliament - the government, the opposition front-bench, and back-benchers."--BOOK JACKET.
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