Andrew McDonald was a Civil Servant in Whitehall working on constitutional reform until his retirement in 2014. He led the constitutional reform programme in the UK from 2003–05, developing and implementing the first ever constitutional strategy. He remains in the forefront of constitutional affairs, and is the first CEO of IPSA, the body established to resolve the crisis over MPs' expenses. Andrew has written widely on constitutional affairs and has held fellowships at the University of Oxford, the Australian National University and University of California, Berkeley.
Author of Changing States, Changing Nations
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