Legislative Consent: Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill
The Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill (the Bill) was introduced in the House of Commons on 22 September 2022.
The long title to the Bill notes that it is a Bill “revoke certain retained EU law; to make provision relating to the interpretation of retained EU law and to its relationship with other law; to make provision relating to powers to modify retained EU law; to enable the restatement, replacement or updating of certain retained EU law; to enable the updating of restatements and replacement provision; to abolish the business impact target; and for connected purposes.”
The Bill is subject to the
legislative consent process under Standing Order 29
(PDF 599KB). This is when the consent of the Welsh Parliament is sought by the
UK Government to legislate on an issue which falls within the competence of the
Legislative Consent Memorandum – November 2022
The Welsh Government laid a Legislative Consent Memorandum (LCM) (PDF 340 KB) on the Bill before the Senedd on 3 November 2022.
The Business Committee referred the LCM to the Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee with a reporting deadline of the 9 February 2023.
Business type: Legislative Consent
First published: 03/11/2022