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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Accepting written submissions; the deadline is 30 November 2018.
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee is launching a series of short inquiries under the umbrella theme of the role of Parliament in the UK constitution. Individual calls for evidence will be issued for each of these short, discrete inquiries as they are launched.
The Committee would like to receive submissions addressing both the short-term and long-term views of Parliament's role in the constitution. Issues under consideration as part of this inquiry include, but are not limited to:
Our first short inquiry in this series will focus on the status of resolutions of the House of Commons. We have issued terms of reference for this inquiry, which can be found here.
No evidence has been published by the committee yet.
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee lauches an inquiry on the role of Parliament in the UK constitution