If you're in London tomorrow lunchtime, you might consider attending a meeting at the House of Commons - details are below, or available via the link.
For more information, see SaveParliament or the Campaign Against the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill
As part of our ongoing work into the legislative process, the Hansard Society has organised a seminar on:
The Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill:
Constitutional Outrage or Sensible Reform?
Thursday 16th March, 12.30 – 1.30pm
House of Commons, Westminster
- Jim Murphy MP, Cabinet Office Minister responsible for the Bill
- Rt Hon Ken Clarke MP, Chair of the Conservative Party’s Democracy Taskforce
- David Howarth MP
- A representative from Federation of Small Businesses
Chaired by Kate Jenkins, Vice-Chair of the Hansard Society.
Ahead of the seminar, the Hansard Society has also published a briefing paper on the bill.
To attend, email email@example.com
Thanks to the Campaign Against the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill for pointing this out.