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Publications:  Mr Daniel Gover

GOVER D, KENNY M(2018). Answering the West Lothian Question? A Critical Assessment of ‘English Votes for English Laws’ in the UK Parliament. Parliamentary Affairs
Russell M, GOVER D(2018). Parliamentary Scrutiny and Influence on Government Bills. Exploring Parliament, Editors: Leston-Bandeira, C, Thompson, L, Oxford University Press
Russell M, GOVER D(2017). Legislation at Westminster: Parliamentary Actors and Influence in the Making of British Law. Oxford University Press (Oxford),
GOVER D, KENNY M (2016). Finding the Good in EVEL: An Evaluation of ‘English Votes for English Laws’ in the House of Commons. Centre on Constitutional Change (Edinburgh),
Russell M, Gover D, Wollter K, Benton M(2015). Actors, Motivations and Outcomes in the Legislative Process: Policy Influence at Westminster. Government and Opposition vol. 52, (1) 1-27.
Russell M, Gover D, Wollter K(2015). Does the Executive Dominate the Westminster Legislative Process?: Six Reasons for Doubt. Parliamentary Affairs vol. 69, (2) 286-308.
GOVER D, Russell M(2015). The House of Commons’ “Financial Privilege” on Lords Amendments: Perceived Problems and Possible Solutions. Public Law vol. 2015, (1) 12-22.
GOVER D (2014). Demystifying Financial Privilege: Does the Commons' Claim of Financial Primacy on Lords Amendments Need Reform?. The Constitution Unit (London),
GOVER D (2011). Turbulent Priests?: The Archbishop of Canterbury in Contemporary English Politics. Theos (London),
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