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. The Committee, which also considers Statute Law Revision Bills and bills prepared by the Law Commission or Scottish Law Commission to repeal outdated laws, is made up of 12 members of each House.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).
|Rt. Hon Baron Armstrong of Ilminster GCB CVO||Crossbench||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|
- Joint Committee on Consolidation, &c., Bills Archived 2007-11-02 at the Wayback Machine
- "Joint Committees". UK Parliament. Retrieved 2019-03-16.
- See Statute Law (Repeals) Act
- Factsheet: Parliamentary Stages of a Government Bill, p. 8.
- "Joint Committee on Consolidation Bills appointed". UK Parliament. 7 March 2018. Retrieved 3 July 2019.
- Joint Select Committee on Consolidation Bills, UK Parliament