Act of Union 1707
This index term is related to the following paragraphs within Erskine May:
Modern representation: Great Britain and the United Kingdom
The House of Commons
"Forty-five Members from Scotland sat in the Parliament of Great Britain after the Union of 1707, and 100 from Ireland following the Union of 1801 which created the Parliament of the United Kingdom. By these successive additions the number of the Common..."
Paragraph 1.8, in Part 1, Chapter 1
Lords: privileges of Parliament and of peerage
What constitutes privilege
"The Lords enjoy their privileges simply because of their immemorial role in Parliament as advisers of the Sovereign."
Paragraph 12.2*, in Part 2, Chapter 12
* denotes reference is in the footnotes for the paragraph.