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Parliamentary committees


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Parliamentary Committees A Ground for Compromise and Conflict

parliamentary committees

Parliamentary committees

parliamentary committees

The Parliamentary Party and Party Committees

Inquiries by Parliamentary Committees1

Arms Sales and Parliamentary Accountability: The Role of the Quadripartite Committee

BUTLER, Arthur William (born 1929), consultant on parliamentary relations; Secretary, Parliamentary & Scientific Committee, 1979–95, Hon. Life Member 1996

Davies, Harold (1904 - 1985), PC 1969; Member, Executive Committee, Inter-Parliamentary Union, since 1975

‘New Mechanisms of Independent Accountability’: Select Committees and Parliamentary Scrutiny of the Intelligence Services

From ‘Parliamentary Control’ to ‘Accountable Government’? The Role of Public Committee Hearings in the Swedish Riksdag

Review: Parliament at Work: Parliamentary Committees, Political Power and Public Access in Early Modern England

PRICE, John Lloyd (1882 - 1941), JP; MP; Member for Boothby, Federal House of Representatives, since 1928; Member Commonwealth Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works; Deputy Chairman of Committees, Federal House Representatives; Secretary of the Federal Parliamentary United Australia Party and Deputy Government Whip

Assessing the Policy Impact of Australia's Parliamentary Electoral Matters Committees: A Case Study of the Victorian Electoral Matters Committee and the Introduction of Direct Electoral Enrolment

ASHLEY, Walter (1893 - 1937), Chief Organiser, Council of Action for Peace and Reconstruction; Parliamentary Secretary, National Cinema Inquiry Committee since 1933

HOUSE, George (1892 - 1949), MP (Lab) St Pancras, North, since 1945; Vice-Chairman Parliamentary Committee of the LCC

ALKER, Thomas (1904 - 1981), Town Clerk of Liverpool and Legal and Parliamentary Officer to the Mersey Tunnel Joint Committee, 1947–67, retired

Going ‘Where Angels Fear to Tread’: How Effective was the Backbench Business Committee in the 2010−2012 Parliamentary Session?

Towards a Dual Approach: Comparing the Effects of Parliamentary Committees on Gender Equality in Denmark and Finland

 

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