Dr Andrew Blick gave oral evidence today to the House of Commons Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee. The session was very wide-ranging and highly topical, including questions around the effect of No Confidence motions and interaction between such motions and the Fixed Term Parliament Act - as well as wider questions such as House of Commons resolutions and conventions, the lack of a written constitution, and the challenges of technology and resourcing.
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