The Scottish Parliament: an introduction;In brief;Curriculum

30th April 1999 at 01:00
The Scottish Parliament: an introduction looks at how the parliament is elected, what its powers will be, how it will make laws and be financed, and how it will operate with local government and Westminster. Written by Jean McFadden, former leader of Glasgow City Council and a lecturer in public law at Strathclyde University, and Mark Lazarowicz, former leader of Edinburgh City Council and an advocate, it costs pound;13.50 (paperback) from Tamp;T Clark, 59 George Street, Edinburgh EH2 2LQ.

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