House of Lords Reform Since 1911: Must the Lords Go? Hardcover – 5 Apr 2011
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Examines the debates and developments about House of Lords of reform since 1911
About the Author
PETER DOREY Reader in British Politics at Cardiff University, UK. He has published widely on various aspects of post-1945 British politics and public policy. His previous books include The Labour Party and Constitutional Reform (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008) The Conservative Party and the Trade Unions, Policy Making in Britain: an Introduction, The Labour Governments, 1964-1970 and Wage Politics in Britain.
ALEXANDRA KELSO Lecturer in Politics at the University of Southampton, UK. She is author of Parliamentary Reform at Westminster, of chapters in The Oxford Handbook of British Politics and Developments in British Politics 9 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), and is the principal investigator on an ESRC-funded research project running between 2010-2012 examining the House of Commons select committee system.
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