The Constitution Unit


Daniel Gover


Position: Research Assistant
Room: 1.02
Building: 31 Tavistock Square
Telephone: 020 3108 9268

Daniel joined the Constitution Unit in June 2011 as a Research Assistant, and is currently an associate staff member. He has worked on two research projects at the Unit: a major study into the impact of the Westminster parliament on government legislation; and a smaller project about the operation of Commons "financial privilege" in the Westminster parliament.

Aside from his research at the Constitution Unit, Daniel is currently a Research Fellow at the Mile End Institute at Queen Mary University of London, where he is studying attempts to introduce English Votes for English Laws in the House of Commons. He is also interested in the connections between politics and religion, particularly in the UK.

Prior to joining the Unit, Daniel worked for a Member of Parliament at the House of Commons. He has a BA (Hons) in Politics from the University of Nottingham and an MPhil in Politics from the University of Cambridge. 

For further information about his publications, please click here.