A Century of Constitutional Reform is a detailed study of the introduction, passage and consequences of major constitutional legislation in the United Kingdom. The book covers legislation enacted since the passage of the Parliament Act 1911, with contributions from leading specialists.
Examines in depth the legislation that has shaped the constitution of the United Kingdom since the passage of the Parliament Act 1911
Provides a systematic study of the reasons for the introduction of the measures, their passage through Parliament
Discusses the effects of legislation and the extent to which the laws both achieved their purpose and their unintended consequences
Each contribution is written by a specialist in the field
Norton, P. (2011). P. Norton (Ed.). A century of constitutional reform. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley