Strathclyde Review: secondary legislation and the primacy of the House of Commons
This report by Lord Strathclyde concludes his review into how to provide the House of Commons with a decisive role on secondary legislation.
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In October 2015, the Prime Minister commissioned Lord Strathclyde to lead a short review. The review examined how to secure the decisive role of the elected House of Commons in relation to its primacy on financial matters and secondary legislation.
Lord Strathclyde’s report lists 3 options for providing the House of Commons with a decisive role on statutory instruments and makes recommendations to the government.
Read the press release.