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Meg Russell's new book on the House of Lords has been shortlisted for Practical Politics Book of the Year

11 February 2014

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Meg Russell's book 'The Contemporary House of Lords: Westminster Bicameralism Revived' has been shortlisted in the Practical Politics Book of the Year category at the Political Book Awards 2014.

Last year Robert Hazell and Ben Yong's book 'The Politics of Coalition: How the Conservative-Lib Dem Government Works' was shortlisted for the Political Book of the Year category and also the Political Process Book of the Year category

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