All three parties must deliver on Lords reform commitments

All three parties must work with the Government to deliver their manifesto commitments on House of Lords reform, Liberal Democrat Constitutional Reform spokesperson, Lord Tyler said today.

Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat MPs were all elected on a platform of democratic reform, he said, and they must honour their commitments, while Peers of all parties . . . → Read More: All three parties must deliver on Lords reform commitments

Modernising British Democracy is ‘work in progress’ – Tyler

Speaking to a Centre for Parliamentary Studies seminar this week, Liberal Democrat Peer, Lord Tyler, said modernising British democracy was a ‘work in progress’.  The UK had much to learn, he said, from other countries represented on an international training programme for Electoral Commissions.

Lord Tyler told the delegates, who came from Afghanistan, Canada, Kenya, Armenia, Guyana, . . . → Read More: Modernising British Democracy is ‘work in progress’ – Tyler

Speech to CPS Seminar

Speech to CPS Seminar – 6th April 2011

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In contrast to most of the other participants of this course, I have no great international or professional expertise.

What I am hoping to offer, however, is a UK practitioner’s view of work in progress here.  I don’t claim that we have special expertise or experience in making . . . → Read More: Speech to CPS Seminar