Parliamentary scrutiny of Church Measures.

Church of England Measures are the instrument by which changes are made to legislation relating to the administration and organisation of the Church. The General Synod of the Church of England has the power to propose legislation to Parliament's Ecclesiastical Committee.

Church of England Measures (external site)
Full text of all Church Measures from 1988, as originally enacted.

Church of England Measures are the instrument by which changes are made to legislation relating to the administration and organisation of the Church. The General Synod of the Church of England has the power to propose legislation to Parliament's Ecclesiastical Committee.

Ecclesiastical Committee
This committee examines the Measure and then makes a report as to whether it thinks the Measure should be made.

Related information

Read questions and debates going back to 1988. Older editions of Hansard are held by the Parliamentary Archives.