Chris Bryant's amendments to Harriett Baldwin's WLQ Bill
Chris Bryant MP has proposed some amendments to Harriett Baldwin's Legislation (Territorial Extent) Bill.
Clause 1 original
The Secretary of State must, when publishing draft legislation, ensure that the legal and financial effect of that legislation on each part of the United Kingdom is separately and clearly identified.
Clause 1 as amended by Bryant
Any Member of either House of Parliament may, when presenting legislation, ensure that the legal, social and cultural and financial effect of that legislation on each region of England and on each part of the United Kingdom is separately and clearly identified
Chris Bryant is the Labour MP for Rhondda, born in Cardiff to a Scottish mother and a Welsh father, he was a cheerleader for regional assemblies in England, and, when they were rejected, he helped force through Labour's undemocratic and unrepresentative English regional committees with the help of Scottish and Welsh MPs.
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