In addition to my research on energy policy, I have worked on other areas related to the UK parliament. Some is related to my role as Parliamentary Officer for the Motorcycle Action Group and other, more academic, output is associated with my research degree on paternalism in legislation. Those interested in the nanny state should consult my other website: Paternalism.


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As a member of the Political Studies Association, I presented a paper at this specialist group conference on the difference between the public understanding of the passage of legislation in the House of Commons and the reality. This includes the amount of legislation passed with a tiny proportion of members voting or ‘on the nod’ because a quorum is not present.

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Categories: Political

Whilst I occupied the position of Parliamentary Officer for the Motorcycle Action Group, I produced, as part of a current campaign against EU Type Approval Regulations, an Adjournment Debate speech for Michael Fabricant MP.

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