- Title Pages
- 1 The Accountability of Ministers to Parliament
- 2 The Content of the Convention
- 3 The Requirement for Resignation
- 4 Resignations for Personal Fault: Political Errors
- 5 Resignations, for Personal Fault; Private Indiscretion
- 6 Resignations for Departmental Fault
- 7 Cases of Non-Resignation: Political Circumstances and Constitutional Obligations
- 8 Cases of Non-Resignation: An Evasion of Ministerial Responsibility?
- 9 Conclusion
- 10 The Reform of the Select Committee System; An Attempt to Redress the Balance
- 11 Next Steps Agencies: Management Reform in the Civil Service
- 12 Next Steps Agencies: The Problems of Accountability
- 13 Comparative Perspectives on Accountability and Constitutional Reform
- 14 Conclusion
- Ministers and Parliament
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