By Michael Burrell
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Obviously,this will vary from issue to issue and also over time,but there are some general observations that can usefully be made. What this chapter seeks to focus on are those aspects of the unwritten British constitution that are most likely to be of interest to the lobbyist. Hence the unusual order of the chapter title, designed to focus attention on this particular point. For the lobbyist, it is these people – some 3,000 of them out of a total of around 500,000 – who often hold the key to the resolution of a problem, for it is they who both provide Ministers with advice on policy and then supervise its implementation.
Plenary sessions of the Parliament are held one week a month in Strasbourg,but much of the detailed work is done by 17 committees, meeting in Brussels. Each committee report is drafted by one member of the committee,the rapporteur,who has responsibility for steering proposals through both the committee and plenary sessions of the Parliament. 45 CHAPTER 7: THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE BRUSSELS PRESS CORPS The Parliament gained significant new powers in 1999,when the Amsterdam Treaty came into force, extending co-decision (with the Governments of the member states) into a wide range of new policy areas,although still excluding agriculture, fisheries,foreign and security policy,justice and home affairs,taxation,international trade and economic and monetary union.
Tony Blair Tony Blair likes,in many ways,to model himself on Mrs Thatcher,yet he too proved relatively powerless in the wake of action by a senior colleague over Europe,albeit this time from the opposite direction. By the autumn of 1997, Chancellor Brown was keen to rule out early British membership of the Euro. He persuaded Blair to allow him to give an interview to the Times, without making it entirely clear what he would say. Whelan did not long survive, but the policy did. 27 CHAPTER 4: WHITEHALL AND WESTMINSTER Where does power lie within the executive?