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Inquiry status - Report published Wednesday 26 March 2014. Government Response published Monday 16 June 2014
As part of the Committee’s continuing work into executive and prerogative powers the Committee held an inquiry into the impact of Queen’s and Prince’s Consent on the legislative process.
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee to publish Government Response on Monday 16 June
PCRC publish report: impact of Queen’s consent on the legislative process
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee question Sir Robert Rogers, David Beamish and Richard Heaton
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee launches a new inquiry into the process of Queen’s and Prince’s Consent.