Sir Stephen Laws
Sir Stephen Laws KCB, QC (Hon) was First Parliamentary Counsel from 2006-12. As such, he was the Permanent Secretary in the Cabinet Office responsible for the Office of the Parliamentary Counsel (an office in which he had served as a legislative drafter since 1976), for the offices of the Government Business Managers in both Houses and for constitutional advice to the centre of Government. After he retired in 2012, he was a member of the McKay Commission on the consequences of devolution for the House of Commons and subsequently a member of the advisory panel for Lord Strathclyde’s review of secondary legislation and the primacy of the House of Commons. He writes on constitutional and legal matters He is a Senior Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, an Honorary Senior Research Associate at University College London and an Honorary Fellow of the University of Kent Law School.
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Great write up of this morning's excellent event with @claireperrymp @Ed_Miliband @lfeatherstone @ChiefExecCCC discussing ten years since the Climate Change Act - you can watch the video on our Facebook page here: facebook.com/PolicyE… twitter.com/James_BG…
RT @mattrooney11 Thank you to @claireperrymp @lfeatherstone @Ed_Miliband @ChiefExecCCC for coming to @Policy_Exchange. It was a great event and congrats to @joshburke81 and our events and media team for pulling it together. This pic, I think, represents the climate consensus we have in the UK. twitter.com/clairepe…
RT @claireperrymp Brilliant to speak at @Policy_Exchange this morning on huge progress we’ve made since Climate Change Act was passed 10 years ago. Credit to @Ed_Miliband for driving through this world leading landmark act, which delivered policy certainty needed to power #CleanGrowth pic.twitter.com/WUF4…