The UK Parliament website has now launched its new long awaited Statutory Instrument (SI) service. The site is at a beta stage (meaning it’s still in testing). Improvements are expected in the next weeks, and it will include the sifting processes under the EU (Withdrawal) Act (not yet enacted) once those are finalised.
As with the Bills section which has already been a long time running, the new Statutory Instrument service will display the SIs in the different decision processes, i.e. before they are enacted. These decision processes are termed “sifting”.
This new service will be particularly helpful, as thousands of new Statutory Instruments can be expected under the Brexit Acts. These will both amend and replace existing law.
I will be monitoring and posting out to keep you advised (by reference to this location). Once the SIs are enacted, they will be compiled on the Cardinal Environment EHS Legislation Registers (initially as a single link on the top right hand side).
Over time, we will consolidate these into the existing Cardinal Environment consolidated laws that we supply.
Please continue to monitor this Blog closely.