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Sunset clauses for secondary legislation

Comment 6th July 2010

Secondary legislation is written by Government departments under the delgated authority of Parliament.  It may never be scrutinised by committee or debated in either House of Parliament.  SUhc law should be subjected to regular review – say every 10 years or two Parliaments

Why does this matter?

The last Government has passed more than a third of our law since Parliamnet first started in 13XX,  Most of it has been done without Parliamentary scrutiny. This is undemocratic and not in accordance with the spirit of  our Constitution



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