About The Committee
Statutory instruments due for consideration by the Committee
The Committee is expected to next meet on 29 September and will consider:
Consideration of the work of the Committee in 2019-20: Evidence session with the Minister for Parliamentary Business and Veterans
Instruments subject to the made affirmative procedure
Instruments subject to the draft affirmative procedure
Instruments not subject to any parliamentary procedure
Social Security Administration and Tribunal Membership (Scotland) Bill
UK statutory instruments (SIs)
Where the Scottish Government intends to consent to the UK Government laying statutory instruments that include proposals relating to devolved competencies, it will notify the Scottish Parliament to enable the Parliament to scrutinise its intention to consent to such statutory instruments. Click on the infographic below which shows how the Scottish Parliament scrutinises UK SIs laid at the UK Parliament under the 2018 Act.
A complete list of consent notifications received by the Scottish Parliament in relation to UK statutory instruments can be found by following this link.
Scottish statutory instruments (SSIs)
The Scottish Government also intends to lay Scottish statutory instruments in preparation for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. A protocol has been designed to aid parliamentary scrutiny. This protocol is summarised in the infographic below which shows how the committees of the Scottish Parliament will scrutinise SSIs laid under the 2018 Act.
Details of SSIs laid before the Scottish Parliament under the 2018 Act can be found on our SSI Tracker where they will be annotated as 'Brexit related SSIs'.
30th Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee Meeting
Date: 30 Meeting, Tuesday 29 September 2020