Constitution Committee - role
The Constitution Committee examines the constitutional implications of public bills coming before the House and keeps under review the operation of the constitution and constitutional aspects of devolution. The membership of the Committee draws on the expertise in the House of Lords.
What do we do?
The Committee assesses the impact of a Public Bill and, where appropriate, publishes a report on the Bill to inform the House. The Committee also undertakes investigative inquiries into wider constitutional issues and publishes a report with recommendations aimed principally at the Government.
The Committee also takes annual evidence from the Minister for the Constitution, the Lord Chancellor, the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, and the President of the Supreme Court.
The Committee's reports and correspondence with the Government can be found on the publications page.