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Instruments to be considered by the Committee on 6 November

30 October 2018

These are the proposed negative instruments that the Committee will be discussing during its next meeting on 6 November.

The Committee can recommend these proposed negatives to instead be subject to the affirmative route, and a Lord's Committee (the Statutory Instruments Scrutiny Committee) conducts scrutiny of the same instruments. The Government can reject or accept recommendations made by the Committees, but has to provide a written statement if it chooses to reject a recommendation to make a statutory instrument affirmative. The Committee's next meeting will take place on 6 November.

If you or your organisation has comments or concerns on a specific statutory instrument, you can submit your comments to us. Please head here to find out how to do that.

Click here to read more about the role of the Committee's work. To find out which proposed negatives that have so far been published, head to the Parliamentary statutory instruments tracker.

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