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A legislative consent motion (also known as a Sewel motion in Scotland) is a motion passed by either the Scottish Parliament, Senedd, or Northern Ireland Assembly, in which it consents that the Parliament of the United Kingdom may (or may not) pass legislation on a devolved issue over which the devolved government has regular legislative authority. Such consent is given by the devolved parliaments or Assembly through Legislative Consent Motions (LCMs). Up to October 2020, the three devolved governments had refused legislative consent motions on 10 occasions.

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  • A legislative consent motion (also known as a Sewel motion in Scotland) is a motion passed by either the Scottish Parliament, Senedd, or Northern Ireland Assembly, in which it consents that the Parliament of the United Kingdom may (or may not) pass legislation on a devolved issue over which the devolved government has regular legislative authority. Such consent is given by the devolved parliaments or Assembly through Legislative Consent Motions (LCMs). Up to October 2020, the three devolved governments had refused legislative consent motions on 10 occasions. If consent is refused, the Parliament of the United Kingdom may still pass legislation on the devolved issue in question since the United Kingdom is a unitary state. (en)
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  • A legislative consent motion (also known as a Sewel motion in Scotland) is a motion passed by either the Scottish Parliament, Senedd, or Northern Ireland Assembly, in which it consents that the Parliament of the United Kingdom may (or may not) pass legislation on a devolved issue over which the devolved government has regular legislative authority. Such consent is given by the devolved parliaments or Assembly through Legislative Consent Motions (LCMs). Up to October 2020, the three devolved governments had refused legislative consent motions on 10 occasions. (en)
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  • Legislative consent motion (en)
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