Law Making

What are Statutory Instruments?

This video talks about the nature of statutory instruments, and the scrutiny that they often pass in Parliament.

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What are ePetitions?

This video discusses the advent of ePetitions, and their new and deeply useful role in the UK political system.

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What are Free votes?

This video summarizes what free votes are, and their role in the wider Parliamentary system.

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What are Select Committees?

This video discusses the nature and role of select committees, and their importance in the British political system.

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What pre legislative scrutiny is there?

This video summarises the scrutiny brought upon legislation before is it introduced as a formal bill.

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What is post legislative scrutiny?

This video summarizes the way in which Parliament scrutinises a bill that has already become law, to ensure its continued effectiveness of use.

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How are the decisions of Parliament enacted?

This video discusses not only the way in which la is enacted, but crucially how it is executed in the UK.

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How do Bills become law?

This video discusses the means through which bills, policy and general legislation become law in the UK.

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Where does legislation come from?

This video discusses the origins of legislation in Parliament, and the different inspirations for said legislation.

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What are the different types of legislation?

This video discusses the different types of legislation, both in origin and in composition.

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