Tag Archives: UK Politics

Today’s Spending Review

By Daniel Kenealy @DanKenealy At 12.30 today the Chancellor, George Osborne, will be on his feet at the despatch box in the House of Commons to deliver his Spending Review. There’ll be a lot to pick over throughout the afternoon … Continue reading

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David Cameron’s letter to Donald Tusk

By Daniel Kenealy @DanKenealy This morning I was interviewed on the BBC’s Good Morning Scotland about the letter that David Cameron will on Tuesday send to Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council. My first thought is that we … Continue reading

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No, Prime Minister: What roles does the House of Commons play in UK foreign policy?

This blog is reposted from Edinburgh University’s Politics & International Relations blog. By Juliet Kaarbo and Daniel Kenealy Following the recent UK drone attacks in Syria, the House of Commons may once again vote on the UK’s role in the … Continue reading

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