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Monitor

The Monitor is the Constitution Unit's newsletter and is published three times a year – in January, May and September. It contains analysis of constitutional developments across the UK, information about the the Unit’s research and publications, and details of relevant events held by the Unit and other organisations.

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Monitor 57: Scottish Independence: the Countdown (June 2014)
Monitor 56: Code of Constitutional Standards (February 2014)
Monitor 55: Major New International Venture The Launch of Constitute: The World’s Constitutions to Read, Search and Compare (November 2013)
Monitor 54: The Coalition at Three (June 2013)
Monitor 53: Commission on a Bill of Rights Reports (February 2013)
Monitor 52: Lords Reform: Dead, or Just Resting? (October 2012)
Monitor 51: Scottish Independence: The Battle Lines are Drawn (June 2012)
Monitor 50: Will the Queen's Diamond Jubilee change the Rules of Succession? (January 2012)
Monitor 49: Clegg Delivers for the Conservatives (October 2011)
Monitor 48: A Tale of Two Referendums (June 2011)
Monitor 47: Constitutional reforms hit trouble in Parliament (January 2011)
Monitor 46: Government haste puts flagship bills at risk (October 2010)
Monitor 45: Post Election Edition (June 2010)
Monitor 44: Constitutional Issues in the Election (January 2010)
Monitor 43: Labour's Last Fling on Constitutional Reform (September 2009)
Monitor 42: CSPL Inquiry into MPs' Expenses (May 2009)
Monitor 41: Constitutional Reform Put On Hold (January 2009)
Monitor 40: Governance of Britain One Year On (September 2008)
Monitor 39: The 'Constitutional Renewal' Agenda Moves Forward (May 2008)
Monitor 38: Scotland: Toward a New Settlement? (January 2008)
Monitor 37: Gordon Brown and the Constitution (September 2007)
Monitor 36: Lords Reform: Progress at Last? (May 2007)
Special Supplement: Scottish and Welsh Elections 2007: Towards a New Devolution Settlement?
Monitor 35: The Union under Strain (January 2007)
Monitor 34: Human Rights Sabre Rattling (September 2006)
Monitor 33: Party Donors, Peerages and the Constitution (May 2006)
Cabinet Reshuffle Insert
Monitor 32: Parliament Bites Back (January 2006)
Monitor 31: Welsh Devolution: The next steps (September 2005)

Monitor 30:  FOI goes Live in 2005 (April 2005)

2005 General Election Supplement

Monitor 29: Elected regions hit the buffers (January 2005)
Monitor 28: Voters want choice in voting methods (September 2004)
Monitor 27: After Thirty Years, the UK again faces a Referendum (June 2004)
Monitor 26: Voting Systems all up for Review (March 2004)
Monitor 25: Constitutional Battles Ahead (December 2003)
Monitor 24: The Reshuffle in Perspective (September 2003)
Monitor 23: Rainbow Parliament in Scotland (June 2003)
Monitor 22: Lords Reform Ends in Shambles (March 2003)
Monitor 21: The Meaning of Modernisation (December 2002)
Monitor 20: PR Commission (August 2002)
Monitor 19: Regional Rejig (June 2002)
Monitor 18: Parliament Awakening? (March 2002)
Monitor 17: Lords Reform Stage Two: Wakeham or What? (December 2001)
Monitor 16: Whitehall's Constitutional Duo (September 2001)
Monitor 15: Constitutional Shake Up in Whitehall Do Britain's Political Parties Understand Devolution? (June 2001)
Monitor 14: Labour's Second Term Agenda (March 2001)
Monitor 13: The State and the Nations (December 2000)
Monitor 12: Rights Unleashed? (September 2000)
Monitor 11: Legistaltive Logjam (June 2000)
Monitor 10: Devolution Hots Up (March 2000)
Monitor 9: Reforming the House of Lords and Lessons from Overseas (December 1999)
Monitor 8: Unit Wins £1m Grant for Devolution Programme (September 1999)
Monitor 7: Devolution Dawns (June 1999)
Monitor 6: Constitutional Futures (March 1999)
Monitor 5: Constitutional Futures (December 1998)
Monitor 4: Year Two: Home Office takes the lead (September 1998)
Monitor 3: Constitution Unit expands again (May 1998)
Monitor 2: Lords Reform 1,2,3... (March 1998)
Monitor 1: Constitution Unit moves to School of Public Policy in UCL (September 1997)

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