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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
One-off evidence session on 19 January 2016
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee examines the recently published Strathclyde Review into secondary legislation and the primacy of the House of Commons.
Evidence given by Professor Meg Russell, Director of the Constitution Unit; Lord Strathclyde.
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee examines the Strathclyde Review