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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
10.1093/pa/gsy003
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/34348
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),
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/36392
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.
10.1017/gov.2015.25
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.
10.1093/pa/gsv016
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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