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Report published 30 April 2019. Government Response published 8 July 2019. Awaiting debate.
As of 20 January 2020, this report has not been debated. Please visit the committee's homepage for more information.
The House of Lords Constitution Committee publishes a report calling for urgent reform to strengthen Parliament's scrutiny of treaties. The Committee describes the current parliamentary processes of treaty scrutiny as limited, anachronistic and inadequate, and recommends the establishment of a new treaty scrutiny committee.
Government respond to Committee’s Parliamentary Scrutiny of Treaties report