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by Jamie Cater 31st May, 2017
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One Party State? Select Committees: The Changing Face of Parliamentary Scrutiny

GK are delighted to publish ‘One Party State? The Changing Face of Parliamentary Scrutiny’, which shares our insights on potential changes to select committee membership, impact on opposition parties and the future role of the House of Lords as a scrutinising function. As the general election campaign ramps up, GK is looking to the future on what the outcome will mean for how the machinery of Parliament works in terms of shaping, influencing and developing policy and what this means for businesses and organisations who want to contribute to the debate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read full report here: One Party State – Select Committees Report

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