Parliamentary scrutiny of Church Measures

Church of England Measures are the instrument by which changes are made to legislation relating to the administration and organisation of the Church. The General Synod of the Church of England has the power to propose legislation to Parliament's Ecclesiastical Committee.

Church of England Measures are the instrument by which changes are made to legislation relating to the administration and organisation of the Church. The General Synod of the Church of England has the power to propose legislation to Parliament's Ecclesiastical Committee.

This committee examines Church Measures and then makes a report as to whether it thinks individual Measures should be made.

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