Covid-19 Has Highlighted Why Secondary Legislation Needs Reforming
Published on 4 Mar 2021
Every year, Parliament makes hundreds of changes to UK law with little to no scrutiny from elected MPs. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the issues that can arise from MPs relying too heavily on secondary legislation to get laws passed. Partnering with EachOther, the legal charity Public Law Project has launched a video, calling for this process to be reformed.
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