How the UK Parliament Works: how a Bill becomes law
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How the UK Parliament Works: how a Bill becomes law

How the UK Parliament Works: how a Bill becomes law

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Thatcher Room

Portcullis House

Bridge Street

London, United Kingdom

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The UK Parliament is the body that makes laws that cover the whole of the UK. This detailed session will take you through all the ways in which Parliament handles legislation. It will include information on:

 

  • Types of legislation

  • Pre-legislative scrutiny

  • The stages of consideration of a Bill

  • How to engage with the law-making process

  • Secondary legislation

  • English Votes for English Laws (EVEL) procedure

 

 

 

This session is part of a wider programme that aims to spread awareness of the processes and relevance of the institution of Parliament.

 

There are limited places at this event and places are available on a first come first served basis. If a waiting list is formed then this will be distributed on a first come, first served basis, places are non-transferable.

 

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Thatcher Room

Portcullis House

Bridge Street

London, United Kingdom

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