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The Constitution Unit Blog

  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly four posts per month
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Posts per month

Data for this chart is available in the table below
Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Nov 2022 2
Dec 2022 6
Jan 2023 3
Feb 2023 3
Mar 2023 7
Apr 2023 6
May 2023 4
Jun 2023 6
Jul 2023 6
Aug 2023 7
Sep 2023 5
Oct 2023 3
Nov 2023 3
Dec 2023 6
Jan 2024 4
Feb 2024 6
Mar 2024 4
Apr 2024 4
May 2024 3

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Most recent posts

The new voting system for mayors and PCCs: how it affects democracy
This month’s elections for mayors and police and crime commissioners were contested under a revised voting system. In a post published yesterday, Alan Renwick found that this change had a substantial impact on the results, …
On , by The Constitution Unit, 68 words
The new voting system for mayors and PCCs: how it changed the results
This month’s elections for mayors and police and crime commissioners were contested under a revised voting system. In the first of a two-part blogpost, Alan Renwick examines how the shift affected the results. He finds …
On , by The Constitution Unit, 69 words
Should military action require parliamentary approval?
The role of parliament in authorising the use of military force has been much debated in recent years, and most recently due to airstrikes against targets in Yemen. The Unit hosted an event with three …
On , by The Constitution Unit, 62 words