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British Parliamentary Commission issues call for evidence on “Making laws in a digital age”

In the British Parliament, the Speaker’s Commission on Digital Democracy has issued a call for evidence regarding “Making laws in a digital age”. Here are excerpts of the announcement: In March 2014 the Commission is collecting evidence for the first … Continue reading

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Heaton: Good law, nine months on

Richard Heaton of the UK Cabinet Office has posted Good law, nine months on, at the Institute for Government blog. The post concerns the UK’s Good Law Initiative. Here are excerpts from the post: […] So ‘good law’ [i.e., the … Continue reading

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Bercow: Designing a Parliament for the 21st Century

John Bercow, Speaker of the UK House of Commons, gave a speech entitled Designing a Parliament for the 21st Century, 27 November 2013, at the Hansard Society in London. Click here for the full text of the speech. The Twitter … Continue reading

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