Joint Committee on Consolidation Bills

The Joint Committee on Consolidation Bills is a joint select committee of the House of Commons and House of Lords in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The Committee was first established in 1894 with a remit to consider consolidation bills.[1][2] The Committee, which also considers Statute Law Revision Bills and bills prepared by the Law Commission or Scottish Law Commission to repeal outdated laws,[3] is made up of 12 members of each House. Bills considered by the Committee originate in the Lords and are referred to it after second reading. After the Committee reports, the remaining stages in both Houses proceed formally (i.e., without debate).[4]

Membership

As at 7 March 2018 the members of the committee are as follows:[5]

Member Party Constituency
Baroness Andrews Labour N/A
Rt. Hon Baron Armstrong of Ilminster GCB CVO Crossbench N/A
Viscount Bridgeman Conservative N/A
Rt. Hon Baron Carswell PC Crossbench N/A
James Cleverly TD VR MP Conservative Braintree
Mims Davies MP Conservative Eastleigh
Rt. Rev. Rt. Hon Lord Eames OM Crossbench N/A
Viscount Eccles CBE Conservative N/A
Chris Elmore MP Labour Ogmore
Patrick Grady MP SNP Glasgow North
Rt. Hon Viscount Hanworth Labour N/A
Eddie Hughes MP Conservative Walsall North
Imran Hussein MP Labour Bradford East
Stephen Kerr MP Conservative Stirling
Baroness Mallalieu QC Labour N/A
Conor McGinn MP Labour St. Helens North
Amanda Milling MP Conservative Cannock Chase
Grahame Morris MP Labour Easington
Melanie Onn MP Labour Great Grimsby
Baron Plant of Highfield Labour N/A
Baron Razzall CBE Liberal Democrats N/A
Baroness Seccombe DBE Conservative N/A
Julian Sturdy MP Conservative York Outer
Rt. Hon. Baroness Thomas of Winchester MBE Liberal Democrats N/A

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References

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