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Aye: (exclam) an exclamation said to express assent; yes.

It often baffles me.

Why do some people like to find the most difficult way to do things? 308 more words

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Robert Who? Join Us for a Parli Pro Review!

The National Council invites you to join us for:

Grand Chapter Parliamentary Procedure Review
(Robert’s Rules of Order)

Monday, July 27, 2015
at 8:00pm EST… 99 more words

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CDE Monday: Parliamentary Procedure

I decided to spread awareness about the FFA by having a regular blog post series about the career development events the National FFA Organization has to offer.  774 more words

How does the moderator bring a proposal on a small church board?

On our church board has a custom that the pastor (who is the moderator of the elders board) may not make a motion. But recently he was assigned to do some work and bring back a proposal. 468 more words

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Political & Constitutional Reform Committee: Another Early Victim of the Great Liberal Defeat, 2015

The news has just broken that the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee has been abolished, following meetings between the party whips.

The Committee was established in 2010, mainly in order to scrutinise the work of the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, who had responsibility for a host of reforms – so many, in fact, that he infamously suggested we’d get “ 363 more words


Could the SNP block a Labour Budget? No.

Please note that this blog piece was originally published on Colin Talbot’s personal blog on 20 April 2015, and is available here.

By Colin Talbot… 1,201 more words


The Speaker election row tells us two important things about parliament

Please note this blog piece was originally published on the Constitution Unit blog on 13 April 2014, available here.

On 26 March, its final sitting day, the House of Commons rejected government proposals to reform how the Speaker is elected at the start of the new parliament. 1,428 more words