Welsh Affairs Committee Inquiry Page - Proposed Legislative Competence Orders in Council: Domiciliary Care

The Government of Wales Act 2006 introduced a process enabling the National Assembly for Wales further to enhance its law-making powers by a new procedure known as Legislative Competence Orders in Council (LCO).

The Secretary of State wrote to the Chairman inviting the Welsh Affairs Committee to conduct pre-legislative scrutiny of the proposed Order on charging for non-residential social care on 26 November.

The proposed Order, together with an Explanatory Memorandum, is on the National Assembly’s website,  www.assemblywales.com


GOVERNMENT REPLY:

The Committee has published its Special Report on LCO the Field of Social Welfare on Wednesday 19 June 2008, as the Third Special Report of Session 2007-08 (HC 715)


REPORT:

The Committee has published The proposed National Assembly for Wales (Legislative Competence) Order in the Field of social welfare 2008 Report on Wednesday 5 March 2008 at 11.00 am as the

Fourth Report of Session 2007-08 (HC 257)


ORAL EVIDENCE SESSIONS:

Thursday 31 January 2008 (uncorrected) HC 257-ii
Oral evidence from Huw Irranca-Davies, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Wales, and officials

Thursday 17 January 2008 - Joint meeting with Welsh Assembly Committee (in Cardiff) (uncorrected) HC 257-i
Oral evidence from Gwenda Thomas AM, Deputy Minister for  Social Services


PRESS NOTICES:

16/01/2008 PN08    Oral evidence session
13/12/2007 PN04  
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