Devolution (London) Bill 2015-16
Progress of the Bill
Bill started in the House of Commons
- House of Commons
- House of Lords
- Royal Assent
- 1st reading: House of Commons 8 September, 2015 | 08.09.2015
- 2nd reading: House of Commons | Date to be announced
This Bill is being prepared for publication.
Latest news on the Devolution (London) Bill 2015-16
This Bill has been withdrawn and will not progress any further.
This Bill was presented to Parliament on 8 September 2015. This is known as the first reading and there was no debate on the Bill at this stage.
Summary of the Devolution (London) Bill 2015-16A Bill to require the Secretary of State to make provision for extending the autonomy of the government of London, in particular in relation to duties and powers for the Greater London Authority (GLA) in respect of income tax, property tax and valuation, other fiscal matters, economic management including a London minimum wage and its enforcement, housing policy and planning, the regulation of rents chargeable within the private residential housing sector and skills and employment training; the devolution of responsibilities for health and the NHS in London to the GLA and appropriate London authorities; the Secretary of State to consult the Mayor about decisions on justice and education expenditure, administration and policy as they relate to London and mandatory membership for the Mayor or his representative of the boards of certain public bodies with responsibilities affecting London; to require proposals for extending the autonomy of the government of London to be approved by the residents of Greater London in a referendum before they may come into force; to make provision for such a referendum; and for connected purposes.
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