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by Robert Pyper,Lynton Robins

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ISBN:
0333584325
Author:
Robert Pyper,Lynton Robins
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Palgrave (March 20, 1995)
Pages:
312 pages
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1199 kb
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Lynton Robins Major's Initiatives Why Reform? The Reformers Prospects References. The original idea for a book surveying the governing institutions of the United Kingdom in the 1990s stemmed from our work on Talking Politics, the journal of the Politics Association.

Lynton Robins Major's Initiatives Why Reform? The Reformers Prospects References. Robert Pyper and. Index. Many of the contributors to this volume had authored short articles for the journal, examining aspects of UK government, and we believed there was scope for these to be expanded, updated and moulded into a self-contained text. We were encouraged when our publisher, Steven Kennedy took a serious interest in this project and helped us to steer it towards publication.

Robert Pyper, Lynton Robins. The Central Executive. PDF. Prime Minister and Cabinet: An Executive in Transition? Martin Burch. The contributors focus on their changing roles and responsibilities and the need to respond to both internal and external pressures for change securing continuity and stability.

Lynton Robins, Robert Pyper. An ideal primer for undergraduate and A level students.

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The legacy of eighteen years of Conservative Government is fully analysed and the agenda and impact of New Labour stringently evaluated. This stimulating book will inform and guide students on the state of governance in the UK at the start of the new millennium. Explores new and emerging patterns of governance.

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Informative, accessible and thought-provoking, this tightly-edited collection of specially commissioned chapters provides an authoritative overview of the governing institutions of UK government and the issues and challenges they face in the last years of the century. The contributors focus on their changing roles and responsibilities and the need to respond to both internal and external pressures for change securing continuity and stability. An ideal primer for undergraduate and A level students.