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The content on this page relates to the work of the Committee until the Dissolution of Parliament on 12 April 2010.
.Welcome to the homepage of the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments. Here you will find information on the work of the Committee and links to its reports and other publications.
About the Committee
Here you will find the link to the latest report which provides details of instruments brought to the attention of both Houses. The annex to the report lists the other instruments considered by the Committee.
You can access here the formal minutes of the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments meetings. These minutes set out:
which Members attended the meeting;
decisions taken by the Committee;
the names of any witnesses who appeared before it.
The Minutes are normally published about a week after the meeting to which they relate. Decisions which the Committee wishes to make known more promptly will be announced by press notice.
To view the Committee's formal minutes click on the Session below: