Lords concludes Queen's Speech debate

Peers consider economic affairs, energy, environment, local government and transport

Piecemeal approach to devolution has placed the Union under threat

Constitution Committee publishes report on the Union and devolution

Strathclyde Review recommendations would benefit Government at the expense of Parliament

Constitution Committee publishes report on the Strathclyde Review

Commons Private Members’ Bills: 11 March 2016

Debate began with Foreign National Offenders (Exclusion from the UK) Bill

Strathclyde Review Inquiry: Lord Butler and David Beamish give evidence

Lords Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee to take further evidence on 25th February at 2.45pm

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Statement on Strathclyde Review: 17 December 2015 17.12.2015
Lords private members' bills 11.12.2015