The Government's draft legislative programme: taking a wider view
The Stationery Office, Nov 14, 2007 - Law - 32 pages
This publication forms part of a constitutional reform process, set out in the Governance of Britain (Cm. 7170, ISBN 9780101717021), and follows on from a public consultation process in response to The Governance of Britain - the Government's draft legislative programme (Cm.7175, ISBN 9780101717526). The document outlines the consultation process: Chapter 1: Publication and discussion; Chapter 2: Engaging on the draft legislative programme; Chapter 3: The content of the draft legislative programme. The document sets out a summary of the Government's steps in taking the wider view after the publication of the draft legislative programme in July 2007, which will be an an early version of the list of laws the Government aims to introduce, announced traditionally through the Queen's Speech on the state opening of Parliament.
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