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Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee

Lords Select Committee

The Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee considers the policy effects of statutory instruments and other types of secondary legislation subject to procedure.

Scrutiny of secondary legislation laid to tackle coronavirus pandemic

Reports, special reports and government responses

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27th Report - Work of the Committee in Session 2023–24
HL Paper 125
Report
26th Report - Oral evidence: DWP on increases to the Administrative Earnings Threshold; Includes information paragraphs on: Tribunal Procedure (Upper Tribunal) (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) (Amendment) Rules 2024 Registration of Births, Deaths, Marriages and Civil Partnerships (Fees and Records) (Amendment) Regulations 2024 Official Controls (Establishment Lists) (Revocation) Regulations 2024
HL Paper 120
Report
25th Report - Drawn to the special attention of the House: Immigration (Guidance on Detention of Vulnerable Persons) Regulations 2024; Includes information paragraph on: Draft Coroners (Suspension of Requirement for Jury at Inquest: Coronavirus) Regulations 2024
HL Paper 115
Report
Correspondence from Huw Irranca-Davies regarding the Trade Union (Wales) Act 2017
Correspondence
Correspondence with Jacob Rees-Mogg MP regarding evidence based policy and the provision of Impact Assessments
Correspondence
Letter from Jacob Rees-Mogg MP regarding parliamentary scrutiny of statutory instruments and the distinction between legislation and guidance
Correspondence

Oral evidence transcripts

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14 May 2024
Work DWP to answer questions on Regulations to increase the Administrative Earnings Threshold (Legislative scrutiny)
Oral Evidence
26 March 2024
Work Poor quality of Home Office impact information (Legislative scrutiny)
Witnesses Lord Sharpe of Epsom (Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at Home Office), Ruth Hasling (Deputy Director, Parliament, Legislation, and External Affairs Unit at Home Office), and Dan Hobbs (Director General, Migration and Borders Group at Home Office)
Oral Evidence
23 January 2024
Work Better Regulation Framework Review (Legislative scrutiny)
Witnesses Stephen Gibson (Chair at Regulatory Policy Committee)
Oral Evidence
House of Lords Leader's Office (TSC0014)
Inquiry Secondary legislation and the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill - inquiry into the sifting criteria
Law Society of Scotland (TSC0013)
Inquiry Secondary legislation and the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill - inquiry into the sifting criteria
Equality and Human Rights Commission (TSC0010)
Inquiry Secondary legislation and the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill - inquiry into the sifting criteria

Contact us

  • Email: hlseclegscrutiny@parliament.uk
  • Phone: 020 7219 8821
  • Address: Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee, Legislation Office, House of Lords, London SW1A 0PW