These are a selection of interviews The Constitution Society has carried out with policy makers and academics on a wide range of constitutional topics. To see the full collection of Constitution Society videos, visit our youtube channel.
‘Judicial Review and the Rule of Law: Who is in Control?’ is the title of our latest pamphlet, which can be downloaded here.
“If Scotland says ‘No’: What next for the Union?” is the title of our latest pamphlet, which can be downloaded here.
‘Risk Management: Government Lawyers and the Provision of Legal Advice within Whitehall’ is the title of our latest pamphlet which can be downloaded here.
Nat le Roux gives evidence to the PCRC on the role and powers of the judiciary in the UK constitution.
Richard Gordon QC at the launch of the report: ‘Select Committees and Coercive Powers – Clarity or Confusion?’
Baroness Jay is the first speaker at the Seminar on ‘Improving the Process of Constitutional Change’.
Constitutional expert, Professor Vernon Bogdanor, talks to ConSoc about proposals for reform in the House of Lords.
Michael Keating is Professor of Politics at the University of Aberdeen, he talks to ConSoc about the referendum on Scottish independence and Davo-Max.
The launch event for The Constitution Society’s new project Young People and the Constitution with Speaker of the House of Commons Rt Hon John Bercow MP. For more information on Young People and the Constitution please visit our YPC page.
Nat le Roux, (former) Director at The Constitution Society, gives evidence to the PCRC.
‘Lords Reform: The Steel Bill and Beyond’ with Lord Steel of Aikwood, Dr. Meg Russell and Dr. Ruth Fox.
Speaking at the event were: Nat le Roux of The Constitution Society, Sir Konrad Schiemann, Professor Paul Craig, Laura Sandys MP, Jacob Rees Mogg MP, the economist Roger Bootle, and Fidelma Macken SC.