Officers of Parliament: Transforming the Role

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UCL, Constitution Unit, 2003 - 79 pages
"Three constitutional watchdogs at Westminster are known as Officers of Parliament. ... The term is often misunderstood, but is used as a device to denote a special relationship with Parliament, which is designed to emphasise independence of the executive. ... This research project examines the development of the concept of Officers, offers the first 'mapping' of these watchdogs and their interaction with Parliament, and considers which body should be recognised as an Officer."--"Executive Summary", p. 7.

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