The British Constitution Now: Recovery or Decline?

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Random House, Dec 13, 2011 - Political Science - 304 pages
In this book the former head of Mrs Thatcher's policy unit looks at the state of the British Constitution at a crucial time in its history, arguing that recent years have seen an increased willingness to monitor itself on the part of the Establishment, but that more audacious reforms are needed to restore full confidence in Parliament, government and the legal system.
 

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The British Constitution Now
PREFACE
DEDICATION
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Parliament
The law and the judges
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5
NOTES
INDEX
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Ferdinand Mount is editor of the Times Literary Supplement. He was formerly head of the Prime Minister's Policy Unit, and for many years political correspondent of the Spectator. The latest of his five novels, Of Love and Asthma, was awarded the Hawthornden Prize for 1992.

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