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English Votes for English Laws and the Future of the Union

23 October 2015

The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (PACAC) holds its first evidence session in its inquiry into English Votes for English Laws and the Future of the Union.

Witnesses

Tuesday 27 October 2015, Grimond room, Portcullis House
 
At 9.40am
  • Professor Richard Wyn Jones, Cardiff University;
At 10.30am
  • Professor the Lord Norton of Louth, University of Hull; and
  • Sir William McKay KCB, Chair of the McKay Commission and former Clerk of the House of Commons
At 11.30am
  • Lord Lisvane KCB DL, former Clerk of the House of Commons

Purpose of the session

The session will explore the following areas:

  • Public opinion on the future governance of England, including for English Votes for English Laws;
  • Past proposals for English Votes for English Laws; and
  • The new Standing Orders and their Constitutional Implications for the United Kingdom.

Further information

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