Use of the made affirmative procedure in Scotland: reflections from the pandemic

Fiona de Londras, Pablo Grez, Daniella Lock

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)219-227
Number of pages9
JournalEdinburgh Law Review
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 11 May 2022

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☼ University of Strathclyde ☼☼University of Birmingham This article is a product of the COVID-19 Review Observatory funded by the AHRC through the UKRI Covid-19 Agile Call (2019-22). 1 R Fox and J Blackwell, The Devil is in the Detail: Parliament and Delegated Legislation (2014); R Fox, J Blackwell and B Fowler, Taking Back Control for Brexit and Beyond (2017). See also the Hansard Society’s recently-launched Delegated Legislation Review available at: 2 Select Committee on the Constitution, The Legislative Process: The Delegation of Powers (HL 2017–19, 225); Select Committee on the Constitution, COVID-19 and the use and scrutiny of emergency power (HL 2021–22, 15). 3 J King, “The Province of Delegated Legislation” in E Fisher, J King and A Young (eds), The Foundations and Future of Public Law: Essays in Honour of Paul Craig (2020); A Tucker, “Parliamentary Scrutiny

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