How Brexit may have changed Parliament forever – OUP Blog

Posted October 30th, 2019 in brexit, constitutional law, news, parliament by sally

‘During 2019, the Brexit process has radically changed the dynamics between the prime minister and the House of Commons. Normally the United Kingdom’s government, led by the prime minister and her Cabinet, provides leadership, and drives and implements policy while Parliament exercises control over the government by scrutinising its actions and holding it to account. This is a carefully balanced relationship, although a government with a strong majority can dominate decision making in the House of Commons.’

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OUP Blog, 30th October 2019