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Scrutiny – examining the implications for the UK of proposed EU laws and policies – is the core work of the European Union Committee. Much of this scrutiny is conducted by means of correspondence between the Committee and Government ministers.
A new edition of Correspondence with Ministers is published every few months. Information on scrutiny work may be found on the EU Select Committee and Sub-Committee web pages.
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Progress of Scrutiny records the decisions taken by the House of Lords EU Committee on European documents that have been deposited in Parliament for scrutiny.