The Petitions Committee’s first six months – paving the way for a new style of public engagement
Cristina Leston-Bandeira argues that the committee’s initial activity, has the potential to pave the way towards a new kind of public engagement with parliament
Cristina Leston-Bandeira is Professor of Politics at the University of Leeds and a Constitution Unit Fellow, and her latest article explores public engagement with the Parliament.
The post reflects on the first six months of the Committee of Petitions of the UK Parliament. The article explores the committee’s initial activity, arguing that it has achieved much in the space of six months and has the potential to pave the way towards a new kind of public engagement with parliament.
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