In this book Daniel Greenberg draws on his experience as a legislative drafter to present a current account of how legislation is put together. In explaining the process of parliamentary drafting Greenberg identifies and examines parts of the legislative process that are not well-known, and offers thoughts on how the system works or should work. The book will appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students of law, policy and politics - in fact, any reader with an interest in the British Government - and will be of interest to those involved in the preparation and practice of legislation.
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