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23 Mar 2020

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Parliament and Brexit report

The Brexit process revealed many things. Not least, it taught us a lot about Parliament’s somewhat contested place in our system of government.

Throughout the Article 50 period the House of Commons in particular wielded significant influence over a minority government – so much so that Theresa May was moved to criticise Parliament in a live address to the British people.

So what have we learned? And where does Parliament go from here? This report draws on the expertise of some of the leading scholars in the field.

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