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Accessibility of our publications

Users requiring a file in an alternative format should contact us. We will do our best to accommodate all requests.

About our publications

Research Sevice publications are compiled for the benefit of Assembly Members and their support staff. Authors are available to discuss the contents of these with Members and their staff but cannot advise members of the general public. We welcome comments on our publications.
 
These should be sent to the
 
Research Service,
National Assembly for Wales,
Cardiff Bay
CF99 1NA
or e-mailed to: Research@Assembly.Wales
 
See also About the Service for more information.

Monitoring services

The Research Service provides a number of services tracking Assembly business and legislation.

 
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Progress of Assembly Bills

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This web page provides a continually updated summary of the progress of Assembly legislation with links to the relevant documents and further explanatory information.

See also:

 
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Legislative Consent Motions

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This web page includes links to, and information about, Legislative Consent Motions (LCMs) considered during the Fourth Assembly to date.

LCMs are motions through which the Assembly can give or refuse permission for the UK Parliament to legislate on matters which are devolved

See also:

 
 
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Key events in the development
of the
National Assembly for Wales

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This page provides an outline of the key dates for the National Assembly for Wales.

It focuses on administrative and procedural events but also refers to some other political or policy developments.

 
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National Assembly for Wales
and Devolution in Wales:
A Bibliography

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This bibliography gathers together some of the most important works to offer a balanced picture of the evolution of the Assembly and devolution in Wales to the present day.

 
 

Accessibility of our publications

Users requiring a file in an alternative format should contact us. We will do our best to accommodate all requests.

About our publications

Research Sevice publications are compiled for the benefit of Assembly Members and their support staff. Authors are available to discuss the contents of these with Members and their staff but cannot advise members of the general public. We welcome comments on our publications.
 
These should be sent to the
 
Research Service,
National Assembly for Wales,
Cardiff Bay
CF99 1NA
or e-mailed to: Research@Assembly.Wales
 
See also About the Service for more information.

 

 

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