Constitutional Futures: A History of the Next Ten Years.
Oxford University Press: Oxford.
How will the current Labour Government’s programme of constitutional reform shape the future of the UK? Tony Blair has described the reform as ‘the biggest programme of change to democracy ever proposed.’ It will transform the political landscape, in ways that are not yet fully understood; and some which the Government does not intend. The raft of constitutional measures already introduced will set in train a dramatic process of further changes. In this new book by the Constitution Unit, leading writers predict these changes, and the new political and legal system that will result. In a time of unprecedented constitutional change, this book is the first to forecast the political landscape ahead, and to predict what lies around the political and legal corner in the twenty-first century.
|Title:||Constitutional Futures: A History of the Next Ten Years|
|Keywords:||constitution, history, constitutional reform|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences|
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