[First Published on Tuesday 19th July 2011]
The following post was first published on ConSoc’s previous site. It is recorded here as a window onto issues as they were at the time.
The end of the peer show? is a collection of responses to the Coalition Government’s reform proposals for the House of Lords, published in May 2011.
When The Constitution Society commissioned these essays we asked our contributors to focus on the specific proposals in the draft bill rather than on the broad narrative of incomplete reform which has been ongoing for a hundred years since the passage of the 1911 Parliament Act.