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Constitution Committee

Lords Select Committee

The Constitution Committee examines all public bills for constitutional implications and investigates broad constitutional issues.

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Committee news

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Academics questioned on constitutional implications of Scottish independence
5 March 2014
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Committee questions Chair of Lords Appointments Commission
26 February 2014
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Former top Scottish Judge questioned on Scottish independence impact
12 February 2014
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Prime Minister and DPM must set out new rules for when Ministers disagree
12 February 2014
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Committee announces launch of Scottish independence inquiry
23 January 2014
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Lords Committee reports on European Union (Referendum) Bill
2 January 2014
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Lords question Oliver Letwin MP, Baroness Royall and Lord Falconer
11 December 2013
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Former First Ministers and Cabinet Secretaries questioned on coalition government
4 December 2013
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Lords debate Parliament's role in approving the use of armed force
28 November 2013
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Lords take evidence on how the Coalition works
27 November 2013
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Constitution Committee take evidence from former Ministers on coalition government inquiry
6 November 2013
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HM Government respond to Committee's report on the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Bill
1 November 2013
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HM Government respond to Committee's report on the Constitutional arrangements for the use of armed force
1 November 2013
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Lords Committee looking at coalition government hear from David Laws MP
30 October 2013
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Lord Steel and Lord Morgan give evidence on coalition governments
23 October 2013
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Lords raise concerns with "rushed" Lobbying Bill
18 October 2013
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Lords take evidence from constitutional experts
16 October 2013
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Lord Donoughue and Lord Norton give evidence
The House of Lords Constitution Committee will this week take evidence from Lord Donoughue and Lord Norton of Louth as part of its inquiry into the constitutional implications of coalition government
9 October 2013
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Government unclear on need for Commons approval to arm Syrian rebels
24 July 2013
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Committee announces launch of constitutional implications of coalition government inquiry
8 July 2013
Total results 290 (page 11 of 15)