Article published on the scrutiny of legislation

‘Evidence-informed or Value-based? Exploring the Scrutiny of Legislation in the UK Parliament’, in the Journal of Legislative Studies, by Phil Begley, Catherine Bochel, Hugh Bochel, Andrew Defty, Jan Gordon, Kaisa Hinkkainen, Ben Kisby, Steve McKay and Gerry Strange, was published Continue reading Article published on the scrutiny of legislation

ParliLinc submissions to House of Commons Liaison inquiry into select committees

A number of members of ParliLinc have each submitted evidence to the House of Commons Liaison Committee inquiry into the effectiveness and influence of the select committee system: Mark Bennister on the Prime Minister’s appearances before the Liaison Committee, Catherine Continue reading ParliLinc submissions to House of Commons Liaison inquiry into select committees

Article on policy success and failure published

‘Assessing Policy Success and Failure: Targets, Aims and Processes’, in Policy Studies, by Phil Begley, Catherine Bochel, Hugh Bochel, Andrew Defty, Jan Gordon, Kaisa Hinkkainen, Ben Kisby, Steve McKay and Gerry Strange, was published online in December 2018. The article Continue reading Article on policy success and failure published

Catherine Bochel has article published on outcomes and petitions systems

Catherine Bochel has had an article on petitions systems published in Parliamentary Affairs. The use of formal petitions systems has become increasingly widespread in the UK. The systems in the National Assembly for Wales and the Scottish Parliament have been Continue reading Catherine Bochel has article published on outcomes and petitions systems

ParliLinc staff participate in workshop on academic fellows in parliaments

Mark Bennister, Catherine Bochel and Hugh Bochel participated in a workshop, ‘Academic Fellows in Parliament: Impact, Lessons and Challenges’, held at the House of Commons on 16 November 2018. Catherine and Mark are also involved in producing a report on Continue reading ParliLinc staff participate in workshop on academic fellows in parliaments