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The Constitution Unit Blog

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

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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 0

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Public appointments: what are they, and why do they matter?
Public appointments – senior appointments made by ministers to various public service roles – are vital to the working of government, but some have attracted controversy in recent years. Lisa James explains how public appointments …
On , by The Constitution Unit, 66 words
What kind of democracy do people want, and how should policy-makers respond?
The Constitution Unit has published the final report from its three-year research project examining public attitudes to democracy in the UK. In this post, authors Alan Renwick, Meg Russell, and Ben Lauderdale summarise the report’s …
On , by The Constitution Unit, 68 words
Positioning for the next election
Today, the Unit published Monitor 85, providing analysis of constitutional events over the last four months. It covers a continuing crisis of parliamentary scrutiny and political standards, a string of avoidable by-elections, the continuing stalemate …
On , by The Constitution Unit, 63 words