Meetings

Matters related to the Constitution - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee

This page gives details of any meetings held which will, or did, discuss the matter, and includes links to the relevant Papers, Agendas and Minutes.

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Meeting: 26/09/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 18.)

18. United Kingdom Internal Market Act 2020: Services exclusions

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Meeting: 26/09/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 9.15)

9.15 Correspondence from the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution: Intergovernmental agreements

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Meeting: 26/09/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 9.1)

9.1 Written Statement by the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution: Statement on the progress of the Independent Commission on the Constitutional Future of Wales

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Meeting: 26/09/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 9.9)

9.9 Correspondence from the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution: Follow-up to evidence session, 20 June 2022

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Meeting: 26/09/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 9.8)

9.8 Written Statement and correspondence from the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution: Electoral Commission's Evaluation Report of Welsh Electoral Pilots

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Meeting: 20/06/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 9)

Scrutiny session with the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution - consideration of evidence

Minutes:

The Committee considered the evidence received from the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution.


Meeting: 20/06/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 2)

2 Scrutiny session with the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution

Mick Antoniw MS, Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution

Piers Bisson, Director, European Transition, Constitution and Justice - Welsh Government

Adam Turbervill, Senior Lawyer, Legal Services - Welsh Government

Robert Parry, Deputy Director, Constitution and Welsh Tribunals - Welsh Government

 

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The Committee received evidence from the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution in relation to matters within his remit.

The Committee noted the correspondence from the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution.


Meeting: 20/06/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 7)

7 Written Statement by the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution: Independent Commission on the Constitutional Future of Wales - Appointment of Expert Panel

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The Committee noted the Written Statement by the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution.


Meeting: 13/06/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 5)

5 Correspondence from the Minister of State to the Chair of the Constitution Committee: Revision of the Cabinet Manual

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The Committee noted the letter from the Minister of State to the Chair of the Constitution Committee.


Meeting: 06/06/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 7)

7 Intergovernmental agreements between the Welsh and UK Governments

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The Committee considered the paper by Dr Gregory Davies.

 


Meeting: 23/05/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 6)

6 Correspondence from the House of Lords Constitution Committee to the Prime Minister Boris Johnson: Revision of the Cabinet Manual

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The Committee noted the correspondence from the House of Lords Constitution Committee.


Meeting: 11/05/2022 - Local Government and Housing Committee (Item 7)

7 Letter from the Chair of the Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee to the Minister for Finance and Local Government in relation to electoral pilots in the local government elections held on 5 May 2022

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7.1.a. The Committee noted the letter from the Chair of the Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee to the Minister for Finance and Local Government in relation to electoral pilots in the local government elections held on 5 May 2022.


Meeting: 09/05/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 7)

7 Correspondence from the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution: Update on Flexible Voting Pilots

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The Committee noted the correspondence from the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution.


Meeting: 09/05/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 11)

11 Retained EU law

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The Committee noted the papers by Professor Jo Hunt and Professor Catherine Barnard.


Meeting: 25/04/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 8)

8 Written statement: The UK Shared Prosperity Fund

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The Committee noted the Written Statement by the Minister for the Economy.


Meeting: 28/03/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 7)

7 Correspondence from the Minister for Finance and Local Government: Update on Flexible Voting Pilots

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The Committee noted the correspondence from the Minister for Finance and Local Government.


Meeting: 14/03/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 13)

Scrutiny session with the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution - consideration of evidence

Minutes:

The Committee considered the evidence received during its session with the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution and agreed to write to him to seek further information.


Meeting: 14/03/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 2)

2 Scrutiny session with the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution

Mick Antoniw MS, Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution

Piers Bisson, Director: European Transition, Welsh Government

Adam Turbervill, Senior Lawyer, Welsh Government

 

 

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The Committee received evidence from the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution in relation to the outcome of the Intergovernmental Relations Review and the Welsh Government’s approach to legislating.


Meeting: 14/03/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 9)

9 Written Statement by the Minister for Social Justice and the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution: Welsh Government Response to UK Government Consultation

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The Committee noted the Written Statement by the Minister for Social Justice and the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution.


Meeting: 07/03/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 4)

4 Correspondence from the Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Culture Committee, Scottish Parliament: UK Internal Market

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The Committee noted the correspondence from the Convener of the Scottish Parliament’s Constitution, Europe, External Affairs and Culture Committee regarding its inquiry into the UK internal market.


Meeting: 28/02/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 2)

2 Scrutiny session with the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution - Postponed to 14 March 2022

Mick Antoniw MS, Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution

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Minutes:

The scrutiny session with the Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution was postponed until 14 March 2022.


Meeting: 17/01/2022 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 13)

13 Scrutiny of Welsh Government notifications: Consent to Statutory Instruments made by the UK Government

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The Committee considered and agreed its approach to scrutinising the Welsh Government consenting to the making of Statutory Instruments by the UK Government. In addition, the Committee agreed to write to the Welsh Government to seek clarification on its approach to notifying the Senedd of such consent decisions.


Meeting: 15/11/2021 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 13)

13 Inter-Institutional Relations Agreement between Senedd Cymru and the Welsh Government

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The Committee considered and agreed its report on the Inter-Institutional Relations Agreement. The Committee noted that the report would be laid in due course and that it would be seeking a Plenary debate in order for the Senedd to note the Agreement.


Meeting: 01/11/2021 - Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee (Item 7)

7 Inter-Institutional Relations Agreement between Senedd Cymru and the Welsh Government

LJC(6)11-21 – Paper 16 - Inter-Institutional Relations Agreement between Senedd Cymru and the Welsh Government

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Minutes:

The Committee considered and approved a revised version of the Inter-Institutional Agreement for the purpose of the Sixth Senedd. The Committee agreed to write to the First Minister to seek formal approval of the Agreement.