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Alun Cairns - Wales Office

The Governments second legislative programme announced in the Queens Speech on 18 May contains a wide range of measures that will apply to Wales either in full or in part.

The following Bills and draft Bills will extend to in whole or in part:

Better Markets Bill (Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)

Bill of Rights (Ministry of Justice)

Children and Social Work Bill (Department for Education)

Counter-Extremism and Safeguarding Bill (Home Office)

Criminal Finances Bill (Home Office)

Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Bill (Department for Culture, Media and Sport)

Digital Economy Bill (Department for Culture, Media and Sport)

Education for All Bill (Department for Education)

Higher Education and Research Bill (Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)

Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Bill (Law Commission Bill)

Lifetime Savings Bill (HM Treasury)

Modern Transport Bill (Department for Transport)

National Citizen Service Bill (Cabinet Office)*

Neighbourhood Planning and Infrastructure Bill (Department of Communities and Local Government)

NHS (Overseas Visitors Charging) Bill (Department of Health)*

Overseas Electors Bill (Cabinet Office)

Prison and Courts Reform Bill (Ministry of Justice)

Pensions Bill (Department for Work and Pensions)

Small Charitable Donations Bill (HMRC)

Wales Bill (Wales Office)

The following Bills will not extend to Wales:

Bus Services Bill (Department for Transport)

Local Growth and Jobs Bill (Department of Communities and Local Government)

*Discussions with the Welsh Government on these Bills will consider their application to Wales.

Discussions will continue with the Welsh Government on Bills that might include provisions that require the consent of the National Assembly for Wales or Welsh Ministers.


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