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Lancaster Constitutional Lawyer Interviewed about Hung Parliament

Date: 10 May 2010

Dr Fergal Davis, a lecturer on Constitutional Law at Lancaster University Law School, has been interviewed by the BBC World Service and BBC Radio Cumbria about the legal consequences of a hung parliament in the UK. This follows a previous article on this topic by Fergal, published last February on The Guardian, Comment is Free website .

This item was reported in: BBC Radio Cumbria on 10/05/2010


Further information

Associated staff: Fergal F Davis

Associated projects: Prerogative powers, proroguing Parliament & the new constitutional realities

Associated departments and research centres: Law