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14 Jun 2017

Politics and Society

The project analyses importance of institutions (e.g. parliamentary procedures and structures), and legislative and regulatory norms with an examination of the motivations and behaviour of political parties, individual MPs and the government.

These are linked because internal party divisions, cross-party alliances and the differing preferences of MPs on Brexit will affect how – and how well – Parliament scrutinises the process of leaving the EU.

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