Policy paper

Welfare Reform and Work Bill 2015 delegated powers

This paper identifies the provisions for delegated, or secondary, legislation in the Welfare Reform and Work Bill 2015.

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This document identifies the provisions for delegated legislation in the Welfare Reform and Work Bill. It explains:

  • the purpose of the powers
  • the reason why they are left to delegated legislation
  • why they are not subject to any Parliamentary procedure, if applicable

We published the July 2015 version of this document when the Welfare Reform and Work Bill was introduced in the House of Commons.

On 2 November 2015 we added an updated version of the document following the introduction of the Bill in the House of Lords in October 2015.

Published 13 July 2015
Last updated 2 November 2015 + show all updates
  1. Added an updated version of the document following the introduction of the Welfare Reform and Work Bill in the House of Lords in October 2015.
  2. First published.