This video discusses the Register of Members Interests, its function, and how it benefits Parliament.
This video describes the composition of the opposition, particularly in respect to the government.
This video discusses lobbying as an inherent aspect of the Parliamentary system, and how it has evolved over the years.
This video discusses the nature and role of All Party Parliamentary groups, and their importance.
This video delves into the question of the Opposition’s role as a mechanism of Parliament and the wider political system.
This video discusses the nature and role of select committees, and their importance in the British political system.
This video summarises the scrutiny brought upon legislation before is it introduced as a formal bill.
This video discusses not only the way in which la is enacted, but crucially how it is executed in the UK.
This video discusses the means through which bills, policy and general legislation become law in the UK.
This video discusses the several ways in which parliamentarians are scrutinised from within Parliament itself.
This video delves into the various ways and means through which Parliament is transparent to the British Public.
This video discusses the effect that individual members of the House of Lords and Commons can influence legislation and its discourse.
This video summarises the different mechanisms in the UK parliamentary system which ensures governmental accountability.
This video discusses the strength and weakness of Parliament for both the House of Commons, and the House of Lords; particularly, the fact that the strengths and weaknesses largely depend on the MPs who comprise both houses.
This video discusses the pressures for change and reform, where they come from, and how Parliament reacts and has historically reacted.