Twenty Years On: Assessing the State and Legacy of New Labour’s Constitution

I recently presented a paper at conference on Twenty Years On: Assessing the State and Legacy of New Labour’s Constitution, held at the University of Liverpool. The conference was organised by Dr Adam Tucker and Dr Mike Gordon, and was supported by a British Academy/Leverhulme Grant.

My paper was on the topic of New Labour’s effect and legacy in respect of the administrative justice. The paper is very much a ‘work in progress’ but it suggests that the standard account, found in the literature, of New Labour’s effect and legacy in respect of the administrative justice is incomplete, and it (tentatively) suggests the start of a more complete account.

The work-in-progress handout from the presentation is below. A full paper will be posted here in due course.

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